Re: Recompile for 3com lost CDROM
At 09:38 PM 2/13/1999 +0000, Matt Folwell wrote:
>On Sat, Feb 13, 1999 at 03:25:00PM -0600, Kent West wrote:
>> Well, recompiling my 2.0.34 kernel got my 3com NIC working, but now my
>> CD-ROM that was on /dev/hdc won't work. When I try to mount it I'm told
>> that the iso9660 fs type is not supported by the kernel.
>> When I run "make menuconfig" I see nothing about the iso9660 fs type under
>> the "Filesystems" item, and the "CD-ROM drivers" item says it's not for
>> SCSI or IDE/ATAPI drives (and I assume my CD-ROM is IDE since it's the
>> first drive on the second IDE port nad I used to be able to access it on
>> /dev/hdc). Under the "Floppy, IDE, and other block devices" item the
>> "Include IDE/ATAPI CDROM support" option is *'d.
>> What am I missing? Thanks.
>Have you got "Native language support" enabled under Filesystems? It should
>offer you iso9660 once you've said yes to that. That's under 2.0.36, I assume
>2.0.34 is the same.
>Matt Folwell, P2 Whewell's Court, Trinity College, Cambridge. CB2 1TQ
Thanks, Matt, that did it!