Mount point does not exist?

Mount point does not exist?

Post by stephen soghoi » Fri, 29 Apr 1994 09:36:45

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> Keywords: mount

> New problem. Running kernel 1.0, gcc2.5.8, the rest of the system cobbled
> together from bits of SLS, slackware and debian. Kernel is compiled with
> iso9660 and SCSI support.

> When I mount an ext2 partition, no problem. When I try and an iso9660
> filesystem, I get the error message

> 'mount point /cd1 does not exist'

> It does exist, it's just that mount doesn't seem to want to mount a CD
> on there. Anyone else had this problem?

Hi Mike
I had a problem mounting my CD ROM under slackware 99.14

 I tried "mount -t iso9660 /dev/sr0 /mnt"

  then if I do " ls /mnt " I can list files or copy them ok

Stephen Soghoian
Yank in London


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