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Re: Udev, kernel 2.6, SATA, and FlashDisk

On Wed, 2005-03-30 at 23:39 +0700, MS Linuz wrote:
> Ron Johnson wrote:
> >On Wed, 2005-03-30 at 18:14 +0700, MS Linuz wrote:
> >  
> >
> >>Just a little bit of sharing:
> >>    
> >>
> >[snip]
> >>
> Now, I still can't get my cdrw works. This cdrw is using IDE interface.
> I got /dev/cdrom and /dev/cdrw device file which both are refered to
> /dev/hdb. Looks like the mount process goes fine, since I can see the cd
> led blink while inserting cd and command 'eject' works like a charm means
> that it is mounted automagically.

No, I think that's meaningless.

> But when I browse into /cdrom or cdrom icon within gnome's Computer icon
> it shows me error message ( sorry i can't write it down right now since
> I can't remember it - i'm not at home right now ) saying the device can't
> be found ( something similiar ).
> Simply said that I can't browse into my cd, and I've tried to mount
> various possible device files to the cdrom mount point with no good result.
> Executing 'mount /cdrom' with root privilege --which always work on my
> 'ide ata based system' with unstable and kernel 2.6-- doesn't help.
> What 'tweaks' should I do now ?

Tweaks?  No tweaks.  Investigation.

Run these commands:
  $ grep cdrom /etc/fstab

  $ dmesg | grep hd[a-d]

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