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Solaris - Can't mount my cdrom

Hello,
When I put in a CD or DVD with some patch/files on it nothing happens:
/cdrom/cdrom0
# ls -l
total 0
When i tried to mount the CDROM manually(as root) I got the below message:
#  /usr/sbin/vold &
[1]     29101
# /usr/sbin/rmmount(29104) warning: "/etc/rmmount.conf" line 8: unknown directive "t"
mount: /vol/dev/dsk/c1t0d0/ntnm28070201 is not a DOS filesystem.
#
# mount -F hsfs -o ro /dev/dsk/c1t0d0s2 /cdrom/cdrom0
mount: /dev/dsk/c1t0d0s2 is already mounted or /cdrom/cdrom0 is busy
#
cfgadm -al | grep CD
c1::dsk/c1t0d0                 CD-ROM       connected    configured   unknown
#
# vold&
[1] 7763
# /usr/sbin/rmmount(7766) warning: "/etc/rmmount.conf" line 8: unknown directive"t"
mount: /vol/dev/dsk/c1t0d0/ntnm28070201 is not a DOS filesystem.
#
# eject
/usr/sbin/rmmount(8296) warning: "/etc/rmmount.conf" line 8: unknown directive "t"
# /usr/sbin/rmmount(8313) warning: "/etc/rmmount.conf" line 8: unknown directive"t"
mount: /vol/dev/dsk/c1t0d0/sol_10_1106_sparc/s0 is not a DOS filesystem.
What can I do to fix the problem?
Best Regards,
Tom
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topiorek
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RowleyCommented:
what does line 8 in /etc/rmount.conf have exactly?
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RowleyCommented:
fyi - this is what a default rmount.conf looks like. You could try moving your existing one out of the way or fixing the syntax error and restarting vold with:

svcadm restart volfs



# ident "@(#)rmmount.conf       1.12    00/08/29 SMI"
#
# Removable Media Mounter configuration file.
#

# File system identification
ident hsfs ident_hsfs.so cdrom
ident ufs ident_ufs.so cdrom floppy rmdisk pcmem
ident pcfs ident_pcfs.so floppy rmdisk pcmem
ident udfs ident_udfs.so cdrom floppy rmdisk

# Actions
action cdrom action_filemgr.so
action floppy action_filemgr.so
action rmdisk action_filemgr.so

# Mount
mount * hsfs udfs ufs -o nosuid

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topiorekAuthor Commented:
Hello,
Based on your information corrected rmmount.conf file, but still can not see the contents of the cd-rom.
# ident "@(#)rmmount.conf       1.12    00/08/29 SMI"
#
# Removable Media Mounter configuration file.
#
mount mount * hsfs udfs ufs -o nosuid nomaplcase
 # File system identification
ident hsfs ident_hsfs.so cdrom
ident ufs ident_ufs.so cdrom floppy rmdisk
ident pcfs ident_pcfs.so floppy rmdisk
ident udfs ident_udfs.so cdrom floppy rmdisk
# Actions
action cdrom action_filemgr.so
action floppy action_filemgr.so
action rmdisk action_filemgr.so
 # Mount
mount * hsfs udfs ufs -o nosuid
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RowleyCommented:
have you restarted volfs?
have you  mounted the cdrom? what is in /cdrom
?
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