In message <3EA00162.email@example.com>, James Mckenzie writes:
>vincent blondel wrote:
>>I got two freecom traveller one CD and one CD-RW but I have some troubles
>>With following statements, it works perfectly on CD but compeletely freezes
>>my machine with CD-RW.
>>mount /dev/pcd0 /mnt
>Shouldn't this be:
>mount /dev/pcd0 /mnt/cdrom
>I don't think that you should mount any device to /mnt
There is no *technical* reason not to mount a device under ANY
directory that is not already a mount point. It may not be a good idea
too, but you can still do it (assuming you nave the proper privs).
Also, Linux normally treats CD-Rs and CD-RWs just like CD-ROMs, at least
as far as mounting them in concerned.
OH, it would probably help if you specified a file system to use and
turning on diags. might help find the problem:
mount -v -r -t iso9660 /dev/pcd0 /mnt
>>My parallel port isconfigured as EPP 1.7 in the BIOS.
>>Has somebody an idea for me to solve this problem ???
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