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Old 02-03-2006, 09:52 PM   #1
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Can't burn install cds - response to satinet


Here is the information I think you were wanting me to provide -

dmesg | grep -i cdrom yielded no output.

/etc/fstab contains cdrom1. I'll print the entire directory if you want

I hope this helps, I can't do anything until I fix this broken link and learn
how to rm the link only and not the device file.

Thanks.
 
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