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Old 09-22-2003, 09:05 PM   #1
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How do I use my CD Burner in Mandrake?

Linux has detected my ethernet card, my regular cdrom, and all of my other hardware. But for some reason I can't find my cd burner. On windows it was labled E:. How do i go about finding it and using it?
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Did you install the kernel with SCSI support?
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it's usually /dev/scd0 mounted at /mnt/cdrom2 or something...

this link will help you with your cd-rw drive:

mandrake should have set-up everything for you already, though...

once you know it's set-up right, you can use this link to learn how to make sure your burn perfect cds:

good luck!


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