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Need to run setup file from CD

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I'm a newbie at linux commands, and I need to run a setup file from a CD.  I am installing some NetApp host utilites to my ESX server, and I have them on a CD in the server, I've mounted the CD, but I don't know the commands to open the CD directories.
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Ha, i'm a retard, I fished around and found it in the MNT directory.
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