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setting up a cdrom

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I have slackware on cdrom and want to set linux up from the cd, but I cannot find a kernel that will detect my cdrom. The cdrom that I have is a "reveal" - "matsushita-kotobuki".
Can anyone point me to a solution.
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Is it connected to the hardisk controller or someplace else?
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Have you creat the boot disk with sbpcd.i ?  Try the idecd.i or
bare.i if you are connected to the hardisk controller(secondary IDE).
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by:texas2
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Thanks, Solved my problem. First it was not pluged in at all. Second it could not be slaved. Third I baught a new CDRom.
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