> > Hi,
> > I've solved the problem and have mounted the cdrom.
> > The device is /dev/wcd0c. Why?
> > Can anyone give a clear explaination as to the cdrom devices in /dev and
> > what they all are for? There seem to be a lot of devices with *cd* in
> > Is there a way to have the cdrom automount (once I solve this current
> > problem) when it's put into the drive?
> > All the best,
> > Peter William Lount
> > http://www.smalltalk.org
> Don't forget that since you installed from cdrom, you should already have
> an entry in fstab for /cdrom. So all you should have to do is mount /cdrom
> and you should have no problem.
> Electrical Engineer
> Grand Rapids, MI
You can add the 'auto' to fstab in the cdrom entry. Just be aware
however, you must have a CD in the drive when booting or you will get
put into single user mode, at least in 2.2.x FBSD. I haven't tried this
yet in 3.2.
UNIX is never having to say:
"Reboot the system and see if you still have the problem."
"I have this blue screen full of letters and numbers."
"Whadda mean our applications are not supported in the new Windows?"