Francob <email@example.com> wrote in article <MPG.firstname.lastname@example.org>…
ide/atapi cdrom 44x
Well, seems it is not quite old device.
Have you the problem only with /dev/cd0? Can you read CD disk by second CD-ROM drive?
Have you the problem if you boot with one cd disk in drive (as far I understand you can read
one without problems) and then after boot you change cd disk to another? (do not type any mount
Please post here “pidin arg |grep devb-eide” output.
the answer is:
devb-eide blk auto:partition dos exec=all cam quiet eide dma,
ioport=01f0,urq=14 eide dma, ioport=0x170,irq=15
532513 grep devb-eide
Well, it’s a standard line with a few typos >
and now ?
I’m sorry, but I have no idea. Try use “mount” (without arguments) to view all mounted filesystems.
If you have /dev/cd0 mounted, cd disk inserted in drive, and you cannot read files in /fs/cd0 then
try “umount /fs/cd0” (it will unmount) and then “mount -tcd /dev/cd0 /fs/cd0” (remount cd
filesystem). It should work if your troubles are related to the cd-rom does not report “media
Usual no your intervention required. You are first user with such problem.