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Old 09-23-2007
How do you copy files from CD

How do you copy files fra a cd-rom to a directory on the computer?
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Old 09-23-2007
Bug copying files from CD

first u have to create a directory called cdrom, if it is not present, then mount the cd on to the cdrom directory and then u can use the normal copy command for copying the files from the cd.

1) login as root
2) # mkdir cdrom <Press Enter>
3) chmod 777 /cdrom - Giving the read,write,executable permission to the cdrom directory
4) # mount /dev/cd0 /cdrom - This will mount the cd-drive on to the cdrom directory.
5) # cp file name to the directory u want to copy.
where cp - stands for copy


T. Durga Prasad
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Old 10-01-2007
How to copy files from a CD-rom

Thank you very much for your helpfull reply

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