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debian install not recognizing cdrom

I'm trying to install Debian 1.2.10 but can't get it to access my
cdrom.  I have a Soundblaster cdrom, which is recognised by Redhat
as sbpcd.

I've installed the rescue disk and the driver disk and the
shell prompt says that /dev/sbpcd is available;  however when I try
to mount the cdrom it says /dev/sbpcd is not available.

Does this mean that I've got to copy everything to floppies in
order to install debian :(


Anthony Campbell            * Using RedHat Linux - Windows-free zone *
acampbell@achc.demon.co.uk                 http://www.achc.demon.co.uk

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