Re: "mount: /dev/hdc(or cdrom) Is Not A Valid Block Device" error
Date: Wed, 07 Apr 2004 14:57:00 +0100
Billy Watt wrote:
> Fatos Berisha wrote:
> It's a burner then ? Does RH install SCSI emulation ?
> If it does you may find your CD drive at /dev/sr0
Indeed, but while the kernel calls the device sr0, the /dev directory
refers to it as scd0
Of course, you can always create a symbolic link:
ln -s /dev/scd0 /dev/sr0
or create a proper device node
mknod /dev/sr0 b 11 0
(which is probably not recommended, because then you have two entries
for the same device, which may confuse mount, and give you two lots of
device permissions to manage, etc.)
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