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to read iso9660 format cd on aix 3.2.5

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I have aix 3.2.5 on my system and i want read &  install my cd which is in a iso 9660 format
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by:JYoungman
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Take a look at the manpage for the mount command.

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by:vx
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Isn't it just done by typing:
mount /dev/cdrom (or something) /cdrom -t iso9660?


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mount -t cdrfs /dev/cd0 /mnt
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