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Hello everyone, partial-newb here. I just installed slackware 11.0 and I have the 2.4 default kernel. I have a dvd-rom and a cdrom installed on one ide cable. My problem is that when I mount my cdrom it actually mounts the dvd-rom. I have done some goolging and found out that my problem is probably due to they are both pointing to /dev/hdc. My fstab shows /dev/dvd and /dev/cdrom for the two devices and I don not know anything about symlinks or how to fix them, I really need some help here. Thanks.