Re: CD-ROM -- how to mount, etc.
Alexander Gieg wrote:
> I don't know how to use CD-ROMs, because I don't have
> one, but message "hca: CD-ROM CDR_S16, ATAPI CDROM DRIVE"
> seems to say that the device is /dev/hca, and not
> /dev/cdrom. Try:
> mount -t isofs /dev/hca /cdrom
> I think "isofs" is the correct file system type. If not,
> see the mount manual page.
> Well, Linux is a "little" more complicated to configure
> than a simple "config.sys" file like in MSDOS.
> *If* the drivers that you don't want are compilated as
> modules, then you can edit the file /etc/modules and
> comment them with #.
> But *if* they are "hard compiled" in kernel, you need
> to compile a new kernel by yourself. You'll need these
> When *all* of them where installed, go to
> /usr/src/kernel-source-2.0.27 and do:
> make menuconfig
> and select what your kernel need, then, do:
> make dep
> make clean
> make zImage
> when all is finished, do this:
> cp /usr/src/kernel-source-2.0.27/arch/i386/boot/zImage
> cp /usr/src/kernel-source-2.0.27/System.map /boot/System.map-2.0.27
> rm /vmlinuz
> rm /System.map
> ln -s /boot/vmlinuz-2.0.27 /vmlinuz
> ln -s /boot/System.map-2.0.27 /System.map
I use lilo, so I don't know the procedure. But all these cp, rm and
ln, do you really need to do them manually? They don't seem to consist
an "orthodox" procedure. For me, after "make clean; make dep" , I just
need to "make zlilo" and everything will be in place: old vmlinuz is
moved to vmlinuz.old, System.map is created, etc.
> then do this:
> mv /boot/modules/2.0.27 /boot/modules/old-2.0.27
> and then:
> make modules
> make modules-install
> when all is done, run:
> and you can boot your system, with your new kernel.
> If the kernel is not what you want, do these commands
> again, to make a new kernel.
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