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The green cdrom light is blinking on our Sun Solaris server. I tried the eject command to eject cdrom:
cdrom: No such file or directory
No default media available
bash-2.05# eject cdrom0
cdrom0: No such file or directory
The message log file shows:
Oct 19... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: agarcia19
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Hi people, I am a new user of Unix, I want to ask a basic question. I have a solaris 10 system. I want to use the cd-rom but I can't see what's inside in the cd. I put the cd and then ;
root@hubatusvr # mount /dev/dsk/c0t3d0s2 /cdrom
mount: /dev/dsk/c0t3d0s2 is already mounted or /cdrom is busy... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: hubatuwang
First i'm Dutch, and my English is not very well. Sorry. :D
I have got a Sun Microsystems Ultra 3D (with SPARC processor). The file must be burned to a DVD. And my computer can onley read a cd.
How to get Solaris 10 on a few cds?
Please help me.
Thanks a lot..
Greets. (21 Replies)
Discussion started by: TomW
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I am trying to mount a cdrom using:
and I get the error:
mount: mount point cannot be determined
If I try the command
mount cdrom /cdrom
nfs mount: nfs file system; use path
I tried running mountall
and mountall -F NFS
but to no avail (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: niamh
Hi all am trying to boot the system from cdrom in single user mode , however when i am giving command boot cdrom -s i am getting below error
Boot Device: /pci@1f,0/pci@1,1/ide@3/cdrom@2,0: f file and args:
Can't read disk label
Can't open disk label package
can,t open boot device
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Discussion started by: kumarmani
Here's one that's got me confounded. It's on a Sun Fire 280R running Solaris 9.
Problem: After some sysadmins (remotely) decided to disable the automount feature on one of my servers, I can't mount cdrom drive, nor the data on the disk I need to install.
Steps so far: (Comments... (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: geralex
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I'm looking to mount a cd on an old AViiON system we have. No one here really has any expertise with this platform so any help will be appreciated. I * think* the device is sd(apsc(pci(1),B,0,7),5,0), however I'm not sure at all.
Thanks! (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: madesjardins
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Quick question...I am trying to get packages off a cdrom for NETBSD. I tried mounting using this command mount /dev/rccd0a /etc/home/cdrom. But I just get an error.
I did a dmesg |grep ^cd and it said that my cdrom was at cd0.?
Am I doing something wrong.? Any help would... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: vaff4k
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i got rid of my /dev/cdrom link thing to try to get a movie player to read a file as a dvd and now i need it back. the drive is a dvd player and its a slave on the first ide channel. i'm using linux 8. how can i get the device thing(i dont know what exactly you call these) back? thanks (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: jinjoae
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to eject the cdrom . Is there a way to "close" it after using that command ?
is there a command to eject floppy ?
Thanks (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: hitlermom