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Bug#417895: Output of dmesg

On 10 Apr 2007, at 13:26, Frans Pop wrote:

On Tuesday 10 April 2007 11:34, Alister Winfield wrote:
 From this and a subsequent test mounting the CD manually then
continuing the problem is potentially something to do with the probe
script. The CD in this case is in the 'virtual CD device' thats in
the devices as a /dev/sr0. There is no CD in the onboard CDROM drive.

OK. No please provide the output of:
   udevinfo -q env -p /sys/block/sr0

Oh weird .... and I see why it might fail if the kernel / udev thinks its a floppy.(FYI this is the remote console virtual CD thats on the new X4100 M2's from SUN). The unusual bit is that the dmesg output has it with Type: CD-ROM (obviously as its attached to the SCSI CDROM driver).

~ # udevinfo -q env -p /sys/block/sr0

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