thanks to Ray and Roland for their answers, but it doesn’t work with my
First I tried ‘/sbin/devb-ncr8’ but it wouldn’t work. Then I looked into
my BIOS-settings (again…) and changed what I had overlooked to:
‘PnP-aware OS: yes’
The ncr8-driver will work now - once. It detects my CDROM-device and
shows its name and lun. The entry ‘/dev/cd0’ is created.
‘mount -tcd /dev/cd0 /fs/cd0’ doesn’t succeed. I also tried ‘mount -rv
-t cd /dev/cd0 /fs/cd0’. It says:
Parsed: mount from [/dev/cd0] mount on [/fs/cd0] type [cd]
Failed with external mounts, trying internal mount
The only effect is, that ‘ls’ shows ‘cd0’ while ‘ls -l’ shows:
ls: No such device or address (./cd0)
After ‘umount /dev/cd0’, ‘ls’ doesn’t show ‘cd0’ anymore.
When I try to invoke the ncr8-drive a second time, I will get:
‘No ncr8 interfaces found’
‘/sbin/devb-ncr8 cdrom &’ seems to be the same thing.
Is there anyone who can help?