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On Mon, Feb 02, 2004 at 01:34:38AM +0000, dan moylan wrote:
> well, it looked to me as though /dev/sr0 should be the device
> to mount, but that didn't work.  after a lot of fiddling around
> i checked the /etc/fstab file i had used under rh7.3 and found
> the device scd0 which now appears nowhere in dmesg.  
> somehow i don't find this set of facts intuitive, nor do i
> see how i could have guessed the proper device.  can
> anyone explain how this comes to be?

Well, it's one of those things that you basically just have to know...
Welcome to the world of Unix system administration.  ;-)  Of course,
that /is/ documented, /somewhere/, but figuring out where is the
tricky bit.  One place is probably the CD burning Howto available from
the Linux Documentation project.  There are probably others...

Derek D. Martin
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