[SunRescue] Rescuing software / mounting CDs
billj at calweb.com
Mon Jan 31 20:03:14 CST 2000
Check that the CD isn't already mounted. My SS2 mounts the CD all
by itself as CD or something.
Kent Rankin wrote:
> > I just 'rescued' a pristine - still shrinkwrapped! - copy of the Macintosh
> > Application Environment from an ex-editor of Mac User magazine. As far as I
> > can tell and he can remember, it is a Mac emulator for Solaris, written by
> > Apple.
> > So I can play with this new toy, cna someone answer a *really* stupid
> > question for me? How do I mount the CD? It's on SCSI ID 6 and in case it
> > makes any difference, I'm using a SS2. I've tried all sorts of incantations
> > with no success, and have verified that the CD drive works by successfully
> > booting the Redhat CD :-)
> mount -F hsfs -o ro /vol/dev/dsk/c0t6d0/<disklabel> <mount_point>
> Hoping that will work for you?
> I'm assuming, of course, that you're running Solaris, although the
> Redhat comment makes me question that. What are you running? *grin*
> Kent Rankin
> Rescue maillist - Rescue at sunhelp.org
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