Praveen Srinivasan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 25 Jan 2000 22:08:35 -0500
Assuming you compiled it, there should be a pcd module, i.e.
insmod pcd (possibly with some arguments).
Then mount your drive, and it should work.
"Brian S. Boothman" wrote:
> Paride seems to detect my parallel port cdrom fine when I use the
> precompiled kernel with paride support. When I try to load paride and
> epat as modules using the "bare" kernel I have no luck.
> When loading the modules there is no response.
> I used the following commands.
> insmod paride
> insmod epat
> mount /dev/pcd0 /cdrom
> pcd0 is not a valid block device! "or somthing close to that"
> I am certain that pcd0 does exist in /etc/fstab
> I am certain that epat is the proper protocol.
> What am I missing?
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