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Re: cdrom "exec" permissions denied

* J. R. S. Brownson <jrsb@geology.wisc.edu> [001006 07:52]:
> Hi all,
> I'm using a Targus Slim-Line cdrom via pc card interface on my NEC P75.
> The cdrom is mounted from /dev/hdc to /cdrom and works fine *except* for
> the fact that executable permission is denied. When I type "mount", the
> line for cdrom reads: /dev/hdc on /cdrom type iso9660
> (ro,noexec,nosuid,nodev)
> I've tried to alter things by chmod and by manually going into /etc/fstab
> and entering "exec" in the permissions, but that does nothing. Any ideas?
> I read something in the CDROM HOWTO that said some hardware does this on
> purpose? Thanks much for any help!

Maybe the trick is in /etc/pcmcia/ide.opts...

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