NO! Unless you have no ATA/EIDE drives in the system.
Mario was refering you to that line to remove any references
to the CDROM. That is definitly a place to look, but also
look for Iso9660fsys (you can remove this line).
Bill Pimentel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I assume removing that line from sysinit is enough?
“Mario Charest” <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
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Look in /etc/config/sysinit. for a file call Fsys.eide,
“Bill Pimentel” <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
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I needed to plug in a CD-ROM to install QNX/Photon. Now I need to
the CD-ROM and if I unplug it from the system the system hangs when it
to load that devide. What files should i edit to remove the entry to