Re: how to let linux(2.2.18) read the cd-rw-disk formated in xp
Most likely you have UDF file system on you CDRW. If the kernel support
UDF (there is an option in the kernel config), you can read the contents.
On Mon, Dec 02, 2002 at 01:57:26PM -0700, eric wrote:
> Dear Shawn or any linux user:
> That only let me see 3 files in cdrom
> autorun.inf, udfrchk.exe, udffrint.zl
> same effect of mount /dev/cdrom /cdrom
> but no doubt , in xp, I can see the 4 files pppoe, etc in my d drive cdrw
> so please help again on this
> also I tried to put the hardisk of xp as slave, linux as master
> it show
> grub error1.5
> at beginning of boot time
> maybe because when I install progeny1.0 , I only have one harddisk in
> hdc(secondary master).
> Where I should modify so I can access my xp disk(suppose in secondary ide
> slave) from linux(secondary ide master)?
> highly appreciate your help and time
> sincer Eric