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[root@shankar root]# kmp3te &
kmp3te: error while loading shared libraries: libkfm.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
+ Exit 127 kmp3te
2. I go to /etc
[root@shankar etc]# pwd
[root@shankar etc]# l fstab*
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 367 Feb 9 10:38 fstab.mdkgiorig
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 391 Feb 14 20:34 fstab.new
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 367 Feb 14 20:34 fstab
fstab.new( copy of fstab ) and fstab.mdkgiorig were on the directory already. since I found the diff, I copied fstab to fstab.new and copied fstab.mdkgiorig to fstab, after which it accepted mount /mnt/cdrom /mnt/cdrom2.
3. I'm not able to check the files under any of these in the file manager, which lists only the directories in my cd( its an mp3 cd ).
4. Then I tried to play an audio cd thro' GNOME player and one of them works( I heard the audio cd ) and the other doesn't.
5. I go to /mnt and it crashes with segmentaion fault if I do ls -l and closes the terminal if I do ls or cdrom and
[root@shankar mnt]# cd cdrom2
bash: cd: cdrom2: Input/output error
I really don't know what's happening. I've pasted the fstab and the original fstab here...
here is my lilo and if you notice below the "append" message on each entry... i noticed that before I had this on the lilo on my hard drive and the cdrom did everything it was supposed to and the difference i saw with the boot floppy lilo was that it WAS missing the append message...
here is my lilo and if you notice below the "append" message on each
entry... i noticed that before I had this on the lilo on my hard drive and
the cdrom did everything it was supposed to and the difference i saw with
the boot floppy lilo was that it WAS missing the append message...