On Wed, Mar 28, 2001 at 08:47:43AM +0100 or thereabouts, Mark Kilmartin wrote:
> I could be totally wrong here but.
> Am I correct in thinking that you are trying to mount the CD in the
That problem was actually Gerard's rather than mine though, from the error
he reports, it looks like he's trying to mount the CDROM (/dev/hdc) rather
than the writer (hdd=ide-scsi)
> If so I believe that after inserting the ide-scsi module the drive will
> nolonger be available under hdd any more.
> But will now be available as a SCSI cdrom under something like /dev/scd#
> Where # will be a number probably 0.
That's likely true but it seems here that the CDROM becomes unavailable
under hdc. IIRC, my /dev/cdw (the writer) points to /dev/scd0 or the like.
> > On Tue, Mar 27, 2001 at 12:11:33PM +0100 or thereabouts, Gerard Gorman wrote:
> > > Well the cdrwiter is on hdd (hdd=ide-scsi users etc). My cdwriting is
> > > perfect. Now this is where it gets really weird. If I try to mount a
> > > data cd I get the error;
> > > mount: /dev/hdc has wrong major or minor number
> > > ...but of I pop in a audio cd and start up xplaycd, there is no problems
> > > seeing/reading the cd!!
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