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Re: cdrecord and devfs

Am Donnerstag, 22. Mai 2003 21:47 schrieb Mich Lanners:
> On  21 May, this message from Martin Kuball echoed through cyberspace:
> > OK, I tried strace. Here is the relevant line:
> >
> > open("/dev/scsi/host0/bus0/target0/lun0/cd", O_RDWR) = -1 EROFS
> > (Read-only file system)
> Hmmm... Let's assume we can trust this error message.
> > So cdrecrod is going to the right device. But the kernel says that it
> > is not writable. How can that be?
> Wrong mount options? How do you mount devfs? Do you have devfsd
> installed as .deb? Did you change any devfsd options (either
> /etc/defaults/devfsd or in /etc/init.d/devfsd)?
> We'll get this resolved sooner or later :-)

I hope so! I let the kernel mount the dev filesystem. I installed the 
devfsd.deb and /etc/defaults/devfsd does not seem to contain anything 
special. I appended the relevant files to my mail.


Attachment: devfsd
Description: application/shellscript

# mount point for devfs

# mount on boot?

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