Bug#270674: output of "discover --device cdrom"
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Gaudenz Steinlin wrote:
|On Mon, Sep 27, 2004 at 12:13:56PM -0400, Ralph Crongeyer wrote:
|>Gaudenz Steinlin wrote:
|>>In order to resolv the bug you reported on discover1, I need the output
|>>of "discover --device cdrom". I suspect that this command is not
|>>on your machine. It should report the path to the device your cdrom is
|>This is the output:
|>lp0: using parport0 (interrupt-driven).
|This is a kernel message and probably not related to the problem. The
|output should be something like /dev/hdc or /dev/sdc0.
|Please tell me too, what kind of CDROM drive this is (IDE, SCSI, USB,
|FireWire, ..) and what device you use to mount the cdrom (something like
|/dev/hdc, /dev/scd0, ...).
I thought that was a weird output??? Anyway, now when I run
restart I get "No CD/DVD's found" . This is a test install (just a
and I'm not sure what all I have done to it. But it was fresh install
when I made
the bug report. I'm doing a fresh install now and then will apply the
let you know here in about a half an hour.
My drives are as follows:
Both are IDE.
DVD on /dev/hdc
CDRW on /dev/hdd
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