[ltp] cd-rw: can write but can read or mount
Mon, 24 Nov 2003 15:55:31 +0200
Glyn Kennington wrote:
>> Today iI added the module 'sg.o' in order to use mi cd-writer. I was
>>compile it and added it to '/etc/modules' and
>>after it writed in the blank cd (with 'xcdroast').
>> My problem is that now I can't mount the cdrom. What can be the problem???
>Do you have the sr_mod module compiled and loaded, too? You need that to read
>>if I link the '/dev/cdrom' to '/dev/scd0' and try to mount the cdrom I
>> > mount: /dev/cdrom is not a valid block device
>Once you've done a `modprobe sr_mod', this should no longer happen.
Yes I added it and now is OK.
>>If back the original link to '/dev/cdrom' to 'hdc' when I try to mount
>>it I receive:
>> > mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/cdrom,
>> or too many mounted file systems
>> (could this be the IDE device where you in fact use
>> ide-scsi so that sr0 or sda or so is needed?)
>hdc is the IDE device. The kernel is suggesting that if you're using ide-scsi,
>then you don't want to try to read this device (whatever it is) through the IDE
>device. And it's suggesting sr0/sda instead of scd because it doesn't know
>it's meant to be a CD-rom.
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