mounting a cdrom?

Posted on 2005-04-11
Last Modified: 2010-04-20
Just put a cd in my cdrom with files. I can do an
ls /mnt/cdrom  and see the files

However, I cannot find  a way to copy them?

cp /mnt/cdrom/file.txt   /root        <---doesnt seem to work?

Question by:dissolved
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    do you have  write permitions for /root directory?
    try /tmp directory if works !!

    what error doest appear on screen?

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    u da man

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