Problems mounting udf filesystems in Fedora Core 2
james at westexe.demon.co.uk
Thu Sep 2 00:44:25 UTC 2004
Hugo Vieira Neto wrote:
> I have just installed Fedora Core 2 in my laptop (a Compaq-HP NX9005)
> and I'm having problems to mount udf filesystems (CD-RW's).
> The automount works, but the contents of CD-RW's (written in Windows XP)
> is inaccessible. The directories appear as files and when I try to check
> their properties they simply disappear. Has anyone else experienced the
> same problem and, more importantly, has found a solution? :) Any help
> would be very much appreciated.
> The corresponding entry in /etc/fstab is "/dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom
> udf,iso9660 noauto,owner,kudzu,ro 0 0". I have tried to use the kernel
> option "hdc=ide-scsi" (which was previously used in Red Hat 9.0 - kernel
> 2.4.20), but unfortunately without any success.
The hdc=ide-scsi route is a blind alley. Don't go down it.
It used to be needed for actually burning CDs. Now it isn't. There are a
number of other things you'd need to get that working. It's not going to
When you've automounted a CD-RW, can you run the mount command and send
it to the list?
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