If the cdrom is Secondary Master > /dev/hdb
If the cdrom is Primary Slave > /dev/hdc (like here)
if the cdrom is Secondary Slave > /dev/hdd
To access you have to mount
(see more withe the command man mount
) the driver, most distros already do this automaticly (the mounted cdrom may be in /cdrom
but only will be showing something when you have a disk inserted and is mounted), but the command you must enter is: mount /dev/hdX /mnt/cdrom
Where hdX is hdb, hdc or hdd.
if the folder cdrom dont exist you will need to create it using the command mkdir /mnt/cdrom
to check if it existis you may run: ls -a /mnt
if shows something like this:
them its there.
if command mount /dev/hdX /mnt/cdrom
returns an error about the file type you have to mount with the follow command mount -t iso9660 /dev/hdX /mnt/cdrom
NOTE: execute this commands running as root!
if you dont know how to access as root you have to use the su
command or if your user have permission the sudo <command>