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cdrom will not mount

I am trying to mount my a cd in my SCO 5.0.7 box and keep getting this:

Code:
Alessandra! -->#mount -r /dev/cd0 /mnt
mount: cannot stat '/dev/cd0'         
Alessandra! -->hwconfig
name=kernel vec=- dma=- rel=3.2v5.0.7 kid=2003-02-18                            
name=cpu vec=- dma=- unit=1 family=15 type=Intel Xeon                           
name=cpuid vec=- dma=- unit=1 vend=GenuineIntel tfms=0:15:2:7(11)               
name=fpu vec=13 dma=- unit=1 type=80387-compatible                              
name=pci base=0xCF8 offset=0x7 vec=- dma=- am=1 sc=1 buses=11                   
name=PnP vec=- dma=- nodes=0                                                    
name=clock vec=- dma=- type=TSC/2.394752661Ghz                                  
name=serial base=0x3F8 offset=0x7 vec=4 dma=- unit=0 type=Standard nports=1 base
=0 16550A/16                                                                    
name=console vec=- dma=- unit=vga type=0 num=12 scoansi=1 scroll=50             
name=floppy base=0x3F2 offset=0x5 vec=6 dma=2 unit=0 type=135ds18               
name=kbmouse base=0x60 offset=0x4 vec=12 dma=- type=Keyboard|PS/2 mouse (wheel) 
id=0x03                                                                         
name=udi vec=- dma=- UDI environment                                            
name=adapter vec=- dma=- ha=0 type=usb_msto UDI SCSI HBA                        
name=adapter base=0x1F0 offset=0x7 vec=14 dma=- type=IDE ctlr=primary dvr=wd    
name=ipsraid vec=9 dma=- type=ips ha=0 id=15 fts=sd v6.11.07                    
name=adapter base=0x2400 offset=0x80 vec=9 dma=- type=lsil ha=0 id=7 Chip=1030 1
0326                                                                            
name=adapter base=0x2500 offset=0x80 vec=9 dma=- type=lsil ha=1 id=7 Chip=1030 1
0326                                                                            
name=RIO vec=3 dma=- Jet PCI @ 0xEFFE0000 : Drvr Rel 1.1.11                     
name=bcme0 vec=10 dma=- chip=BCM5703 mem=EFFD0000 phy=BCM5703 addr=00:09:6b:25:4
c:13                                                                            
name=bcme1 vec=11 dma=- chip=BCM5703 mem=EAFF0000 phy=BCM5703 addr=00:10:18:03:3
a:11                                                                            
name=cd-rom vec=- dma=- type=IDE unit=0 ctlr=pri cfg=mst dvr=Srom->wd           
name=cd-rom vec=- dma=- type=IDE unit=1 ctlr=pri cfg=slv dvr=Srom->wd           
name=tape vec=- dma=- type=S ha=0 id=6 lun=0 bus=0 ht=lsil unit=0               
name=disk vec=- dma=- type=S ha=0 id=0 lun=0 bus=0 ht=ips unit=0                
name=Sdsk vec=- dma=- cyls=3702 hds=254 secs=63 unit=0 fts=stdb                 
name=Sdsk-0 vec=- dma=- Vnd=IBM Prd=SERVERAID Rev=1.00                          
name=usb_ohci vec=19 dma=- PCI bus=0 dev=15 func=2                              
name=cpu vec=255 dma=- unit=2 family=15 type=Intel Xeon                         
name=cpuid vec=- dma=- unit=2 vend=GenuineIntel tfms=0:15:2:7(11)               
name=fpu vec=- dma=- unit=2 type=80387-compatible                               
name=cpu vec=255 dma=- unit=3 family=15 type=Intel Xeon                         
name=cpuid vec=- dma=- unit=3 vend=GenuineIntel tfms=0:15:2:7(11)               
name=fpu vec=- dma=- unit=3 type=80387-compatible                               
name=cpu vec=255 dma=- unit=4 family=15 type=Intel Xeon                         
name=cpuid vec=- dma=- unit=4 vend=GenuineIntel tfms=0:15:2:7(11)               
name=fpu vec=- dma=- unit=4 type=80387-compatible                               
name=disk vec=- dma=- type=S ha=0 id=1 lun=0 bus=0 ht=ips unit=1                
name=Sdsk vec=- dma=- cyls=3702 hds=254 secs=63 unit=1 fts=stdb                 
name=Sdsk-1 vec=- dma=- Vnd=IBM Prd=SERVERAID Rev=1.00                          
name=disk vec=- dma=- type=S ha=0 id=2 lun=0 bus=0 ht=ips unit=2                
name=Sdsk vec=- dma=- cyls=3702 hds=254 secs=63 unit=2 fts=stdb                 
name=Sdsk-2 vec=- dma=- Vnd=IBM Prd=SERVERAID Rev=1.00                          
name=cd-rom vec=- dma=- type=IDE unit=1 ctlr=pri cfg=slv dvr=Srom->wd
name=tape vec=- dma=- type=S ha=0 id=6 lun=0 bus=0 ht=lsil unit=0    
name=disk vec=- dma=- type=S ha=0 id=0 lun=0 bus=0 ht=ips unit=0     
name=Sdsk vec=- dma=- cyls=3702 hds=254 secs=63 unit=0 fts=stdb      
name=Sdsk-0 vec=- dma=- Vnd=IBM Prd=SERVERAID Rev=1.00               
name=usb_ohci vec=19 dma=- PCI bus=0 dev=15 func=2                   
name=cpu vec=255 dma=- unit=2 family=15 type=Intel Xeon              
name=cpuid vec=- dma=- unit=2 vend=GenuineIntel tfms=0:15:2:7(11)    
name=fpu vec=- dma=- unit=2 type=80387-compatible                    
name=cpu vec=255 dma=- unit=3 family=15 type=Intel Xeon              
name=cpuid vec=- dma=- unit=3 vend=GenuineIntel tfms=0:15:2:7(11)    
name=fpu vec=- dma=- unit=3 type=80387-compatible                    
name=cpu vec=255 dma=- unit=4 family=15 type=Intel Xeon              
name=cpuid vec=- dma=- unit=4 vend=GenuineIntel tfms=0:15:2:7(11)    
name=fpu vec=- dma=- unit=4 type=80387-compatible                    
name=disk vec=- dma=- type=S ha=0 id=1 lun=0 bus=0 ht=ips unit=1     
name=Sdsk vec=- dma=- cyls=3702 hds=254 secs=63 unit=1 fts=stdb      
name=Sdsk-1 vec=- dma=- Vnd=IBM Prd=SERVERAID Rev=1.00               
name=disk vec=- dma=- type=S ha=0 id=2 lun=0 bus=0 ht=ips unit=2     
name=Sdsk vec=- dma=- cyls=3702 hds=254 secs=63 unit=2 fts=stdb      
name=Sdsk-2 vec=- dma=- Vnd=IBM Prd=SERVERAID Rev=1.00               
name=Stp-0 vec=- dma=- Vnd=SEAGATE Prd=DAT 9SP40-000 Rev=910B        
name=Srom-0 vec=- dma=- Vnd=SAMSUNG Prd=CD-ROM SC-148C Rev=B103      
name=Srom-1 vec=- dma=- Vnd=HL-DT-ST Prd=DVDRAM GSA-4040B Rev=A109

what should I try?
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