Plan 9 - man page for cdrom (plan9 section 3)
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cdrom - CD-ROM disk interface
bind -a #Rn /dev
bind -a #m /dev
The SCSI CD-ROM disk interface (#R) serves a one-level directory for a SCSI target holding
a CD-ROM drive. Each drive is represented as a single file named #Rn/cdn, where n is the
target number. A separate attach is necessary for each drive.
On PCs, Panasonic, Matsushita, and Mitsumi CD-ROM drives connected to a Sound Blaster 16,
Pro, MCD, or ACX card are also supported. This interface (#m) device serves a data file,
#m/cd, and a control file, #m/cdctl. The control file is read-only and contains a string
stating the type of drive and its port number. The driver determines the type of CD-ROM
drive by a parameter in plan9.ini; see plan9.ini(8).
9660srv in dossrv(4), pip(8)
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