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Re: cdrom vs /cdrom/cdrom and /cdorm/cdrom0

On Sun, 02 May 2004 at 22:30:52 +0000, H. S. wrote:
> But quite honestly I am not clear what all these files /cdrom, 
> /cdrom/cdrom0, /cdrom/cdrom actually stand for. Where can I find the 
> details? And what if I wanted to set up these files as they were when I 
> first installed Sarge? What document gives the original 'default' state 
> of these files?
In woody I solved the problem by apt-get remove discover
then you need to remove the link and build a new one:
# rm /dev/cdrom0
# rm /dev/cdrom
# ln -s /dev/scd0 /dev/cdrom
or whatever device you had in ls -l /dev/cdrom0
You can then delete /cdrom0
Saluti, Mauro.
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