I found your message about the Mitsumi cd-rom player which is rather old message. I came across the same problem while installing Debian 2.1 (present version is 3.0, the old one is still around) and I didn't see a solution to the problem.
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Re: Fw: Mitsumi FX001D CD-ROM drv. Need help...
Subject: Fw: Mitsumi FX001D CD-ROM drv. Need help... Date: Sun, Feb 28, 1999 at 05:56:02PM -0600 In reply to:Larry Shields WD9ESU Quoting Larry Shields WD9ESU(email@example.com): > > This is my second request for HELP! with a FX001D Mitsumi CD-ROM drive, > mabe this time I will catch the right person or users that can help me out > here... > > > I am hopeing that someone that also has a CD-ROM drive the FX001D can help > me out here, in configuring the cd-rom drive, so that when at bootup it will > be mounted... > > If I boot right from the linux floppy disk, when it gets to the point of > mounting my CD-ROM drive I get this: > > MCD=0X360,11: init Failed. No mcd device at 0x360 irq 11 > > But if I let the system boot up using MSDOS, it then loads everything > encluding my cd-rom drive, then once I get the msdos prompt, I insert the > Bootable linux > disk into the floppy drive, and do a soft reboot CTRL-ALT-DEL and then it > boots up using the Linux floppy... > > When it gets to the point of loading of the cd-rom drive it then loads in > and shows this: > > MCD=0X360,11: Mitsumi Status type and version: 10 D 2 Double Speed CD ROM > > Does this mean that when I am asked when installing Debian Modules select > Category for cdrom driversthat when it shows the different types like sony, > etc, and mcd or MCDX, that it is looking for mcd=0x360,11 10 D 2....??? > > With this info how can I have it mounted upon booting up Linux, in the > FSTAB file, meaning the correct way to type it in fro a MCD type CDROM > drive... > > I have printed out HOW-TO CDROM and it is listed as this for my CD-ROM > drive... > > Loadable module support: YES > Device: /dev/mcd, major 23 > Configuration file: mcd.h > Kernel Config option: Standard Mitsumi CDROM Support ? > README file: MCD This file I have not found???? > > This driver accepts a kernel command line of the form: > > mcd=<ip-address>, <irq> This I allready know what the I/O and IRQ is > mcd=0x360,11 but it is needing something else for it to work right... > > Here is what the cdrom howto mentioned.. > > Specifying the I/O base address of the card 0x340 and the irq request number > used. > The device file can be created using: > # mknod /dev/mcd b 23 0 I have done this and it says that it allready > exists, this is because I booted up from dos, then did an CTRL-ALT-DEL and > then it was mounted upon booting up from my linux boot disk... > > > I would like any info on how to do it correctly so that when I boot directly > from my bootdisk that the cdrom drive will work... > > Also I would like someone to show me the correct way of editing my FSTAB > file using the /dev/mcd since I have tried three different ways and have had > no luck in doing so... > Larry Sorry but I am a bit confused by the above. I will try to answer what I 'Think' you are asking. /dev/cdrom /cdrom iso9660 user,noauto,ro,conv=binary 0 0 This mounts my cdrom, not on bootup, when I do mount /cdrom. I have made a dir in / called /cdrom. (mkdir /cdrom). To have it mount at bootup just remove the noauto from the above example. Now I haven't done the mcd thingy in years so this might be a bit off. make a link from /dev/cdrom to /dev/mcd. ls -s /dev/cdrom /dev/mcd. Now you just refer to /dev/cdrom and forget about mcd. The above confused me because I _think_ you are saying that the CD is seen by the kernel. If not, then you have to redo the kernel config and select it. If I am out in left field, sorry. Let me know if I misunderstood something. HTH Wayne WA1BBB -- What this country needs is a good five cent microcomputer. _______________________________________________________ Wayne T. Topa <firstname.lastname@example.org>