how to copy file in cd or floppy disk


 
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how to copy file in cd or floppy disk

i am novice in unix. in me office my boss hav given me a system with Unix OS. i know about windows and Dos. in dos we access cd or floppy through writing following commands a: or d: copy filename.ext to a:

i dont even now how to access CD Rom or floppy drive in unix. please tell me easy step how can i access a CD rom and how can i copy file to cd or floppy.
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can u tell me which flavor of unix you are using.....

For some flavors you have to mount the cd/floppy to see the contents in that, for some flavors you don't need to mount.

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