>I am using Slackware 3.2 and UMSDOS partition.
>it seems that whenever i do :
> mount /dev/mcd /cdrom
>it never works. it seems to be saying:
> Kernel does'nt recognize device (/dev/mcd).
> (????? device)
>or something like that. i can't really examine the problem
>extensively but if someone encountered a similar experience >please HELP me! i have a lot of CD's to
>examine (sunsite.ums.edu) ftp on them.
>Thanks in advance.
It's me again.
When I boot up the kernel, it says:
"Checking for CD... Unable to identify CD-ROM format.
no CD found..."
And also this is the EXACT message I get when i type:
darkstar:~# mount /dev/mcd /cdrom <ENTER>
mount: the kernel does not recognize /dev/mcd as a block device. (maybe `insmod driver'?)
Maybe now someone can help me. (I need that darn CD!)
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