Re: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock...
email@example.com (Marcin Fusinski) wrote:
I forgot to add that CDRW burns just fine (readable) CDs - the only
porblem is with mounting...
If anyone knows what causes those probs, please let me know. Thanks.
I have a couple of friends that had similar problems & complaints. In
one case the "sr" block device was not being loaded, and in the second
case the "scd0" was not sym-linked to the "sr0" device. In both cases
they got the same sort of message as you are getting.
I would check to see if the "sr" block device is listed in "cat
/proc/devices". I would assume from your messages that it is there. I
would also check your /dev/ scd0 and see what it is symlinked to. It
should be to /dev/sr0.
Alternatively, if your kernel was compiled to have the "sr" device
loaded as a module (sr_mod.o), you can alias it in your
/etc/modules.conf file so that the block device driver module gets
loaded each time scd0 is called. I think "alias scd0 sr-mod" will do it
for scd0. Same thing for scd1...
Finally, check what devices your /dev/cdrom and /dev/cdrw are symlinked
to. They should be symlinked to /dev/scd0 and /dev/scd1 in your /dev
Cheers & Good Luck!
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