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I'am installing oracle in a Aix 5L server.
The first installtion CD is in filesystem /cdrom
My $HOME directory is /home/oracle.
I'am in /home/oracle and I issue the following command:

               $ /cdrom/runInstaller

Now the Oracle installation is asking for Cdrom #2 but the System Adminsitrator says that the message is "cdrom busy" .
If I'am not installing from the /cdrom filesystem then what commands does she has to make to be able to put me the Cdrom #2 ?

Thanks.
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Kent Olsen earned 150 total points
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You need to unmount the file system that was attached as/to the cdrom.

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I accept the Kdo comments.  It helped me.
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