PPP <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Sorry for this trivial question, but how can I access my cd-rom? I’m
using 6.3 SP1, installed directly from the CD.
I did a quick google look up. Supposedly, I should run the Iso9660fsys &
command. Or I can provide the -s and do a mount myself
However, I am getting Iso9660fsys command not found error.
When I run this command as root
mount -r -t iso9660 /dev/cd0 mnt/cdrom
Can’t mount mnt/cdrom (type iso9660)
Possible reason: can’t access shared library
I think Google found you some QNX 4 docs – Iso9660fsys is a QNX 4 command.
If your Neutrino system is using diskboot, it should have detected the
CD-ROM drive and mounted it as /fs/cd, where is likely a zero.
Otherwise, you’ll have to start the appropriate driver (devb-*) yourself.
For more information, see these chapters in the Neutrino User’s Guide:
Controlling How Neutrino Starts
You can find this book in the HTML docs on your system, or on the QNX
Steve Reid email@example.com
QNX Software Systems