Re: Don't have /dev/cdrom
/dev/hdc is probaly setup with mode 660 (owner can read and write, group
members can read and write, others have no access). /dev/hdc is likely
owned by the 'disk' group (run 'ls -l /dev/hdc' to find out for sure).
You need to add all user accounts that you want to be able to eject
/dev/hdc to the 'disk' group.
willy morin wrote:
Many application ask me for /dev/cdrom but I don't have this
entry. I have a powerbook G4 400 and I think my dvd appears
in /dev/hdc. I have made a symlink from /dev/cdrom to
/dev/hdc and now it work great but only root can eject
cdrom via eject /dev/cdrom
Could you help me please ?
Have a nice day :)