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Access CD or DVD drive as root - linux

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How do I acces my CD drive via command line in linux.  I've scoured the introwebs and it says I have to mount it BUT I can see it through the GUI which should imply that it already is mounted.  Additionally, I have tried mounting it but it has not worked thus far.

Any ideas?

JOe K.
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What is the linux version u r using?
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CentOS 5.5 32-bit
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I double clicked the CD via GUI and looked at the properties.  Then I was able to access it from ~\media
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