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Old 03-01-2004, 04:01 PM   #1
tom981
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kdat /mounting a tape drive


For some reason i can not for the life of me mount a tape drive. When i go to hardware management it is detecting it and it tells me the type that i have. it says its located at /dev/hdb. however when i use kdat and try to mount the tape it says that there is nothing there to mount. it say im pointing to the wrong spot.

when i go to /proc/ide/hdb it shows that it is a tape drive. im running real low on ideas. any help? thanks
oh yeah im on redhat 9.0
 
  


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