On Wednesday 04 May 2005 10:20 am, Angelina Carlton wrote: > On Mon, May 02, 2005 at 04:48:27PM -0500, Mr Mike wrote: > > apt CDROM method /var/lib/apt/methods/CDROM has quit finding my DVDRW for some reason. > > > > I recently modified my fstab and mountpoints in /media to reflect the actual device types.. ie: /media/cdrom0 to /media/dvdrw and /media/cdrom1 to /media/cdrw In the event I should add another optical disk then I plan to add appropriate numbers to the mount points ( /media/dvdrw2 etc..) > > These changes haven't effected any other app that requires or needs access to the DVD.... > > > > So... just how do I get apt to find the device? There is a file /var/lib/apt/cdroms.list but I have no idea if it is editable or not and if it is, what to change. > > It appears to have a md5 sum of the disk or something at the beginning of each device but uummm... I'm just way outa my league here and need help... > > > > Thanks guys.. > > mike.. > > > > > > > > have you ran apt-setup? > > -- > Angelina Carlton > > Actually, no... did find a couple other 'apt' CLI things to try like apt-cdrom but haven't been able to use it yet... But will definately look at this on too.. Thanks a bunch for your reply... -- Cheers: Mike .. Now, a little humor compliments of Linux Fortune... CONGRESS.SYS Corrupted: Re-boot Washington D.C (Y/N)?
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