Re: debian-user-digest Digest V98 #1511
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: debian-user-digest Digest V98 #1511
- From: Eric Hanchrow <email@example.com>
- Date: 24 Dec 1998 09:18:28 -0800
- Message-id: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- In-reply-to: email@example.com's message of 23 Dec 1998 22:00:40 -0000
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> I recompiled my kernal to support two chips. When I went through
> the make config i did not see any thing that looked like it might belong
> to the iso9660 file system. I need this fs to mount my cdrom.
> I looked in /proc/filesystem and sure enough iso9660 was not there. Also
> looked at the modules file and found cdrom.
I rebuilt my kernel a while ago, and my new kernel accesses the CD-ROM
just fine (as did the old).
I know very little about kernel configuration, but I notice that this
appeared in the configuration file for my new kernel:
I assume that if this line were absent, my kernel wouldn't have CD-ROM
support. And perhaps your kernel configuration is missing that line.
So here's what I'd try, if I were you:
* Re-run whichever tool you use to edit the configuration, and look
again for the ISO9660 option. It might be in a section called
* Failing that, just edit your configuration file (sorry, I forget the
file's exact name, but it's almost certainly at the top level of the
kernel source) and add that line.