dumb CDROM question
I've been using Slackware for a wgile and decided it's now time to switch
over to Debian.
I've booted off the boot disk w/ "linux aha152x=0x340,11,7,1" - similar to
what I needed for Slackware to recognize my CDROM.
I installed the cdrom module and the sr_mod module. When it comes time to
reboot the system from hard disk, all goes well but I can't mount my
CDROM. There is no /dev/sr0 device (what I used to use.) None of the
CDROM devices set up by the install allow me to mount it either.
Is there a different device I need to use instead, or did I forget to do
Any help would be appreciated. I'm dying to get Debian up and running!
PS: It's a SCSI cdro - need to mount it so I can install rest of packages
from CD. -Thanks!
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