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Old 06-25-2002, 02:37 AM   #1
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scsi emu mount


I have two scsi emulation device on my pc, one is my 4x cdrw and the other is my dvd drive.

I enable scsi emu for both because after that I can use cd to cd copy.

but now I can seem to mount my dvd rom, it's at /dev/sg0

I tried
mount -t iso9660 /dev/sg0 /mnt/cdrom

It just say it's not a block device, am I missing a step? What should I change so every time when I boot my dvd will be mounted so I can access that drive
 
  


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