If your CD drive is already mounted, and is recognized by the drive is just as easy to access it as it is in Windows.
1- In KDE, you look for the 'HOME' icon, on your desktop (the little house icon), click it. It will open a window that is somewhat similar to what you see in 'My Computer' in windows.
2- Now at the top menu click on 'Go', then click on the sub menu 'Storage Media'. This will list all the storage media that is in your computer, and there you should see a pretty little cd icon, as you do in windows.
3-Click on it and you will see the content of your CD.
*If you don't see your cd there, follow the steps described above (in the other threads) to mount your cd. After you done that you will see the little icon there.
*The console you can find by clicking in the 'Home' icon, then on the top menu select 'Tools', in the sub-menu select 'Open Terminal' (or you may just press the F4 button after you opened the 'Home' window, and this will open a console).
Last edited by v@ny@; 12-09-2005 at 10:47 AM.