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Date:      Sun, 20 Oct 1996 21:35:14 -0400
From:      donny@ms1.hinet.net (Donny Lee)
To:        Don Yuniskis <dgy@rtd.com>
Cc:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: How to get an IDE CD-ROM work?
Message-ID:  <199610201433.WAA02367@ms1.hinet.net>

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-=*> Don Yuniskis <dgy@rtd.com> wrote:
>> > >   I have a Philips ATAPI IDE 8x CD-ROM, which works fine under
>> > Must be a misconfiguration because we have seen the Philips 8X IDE/ATAPI
>> > CDROM work on FreeBSD 2.1.5 without any problems... 
>>    Ummm... what configuration I should go through?  I found 
>>    no CD-ROM related statement in my /etc/fstab file, what
>>    mount statement I should add in?
> Is the device recognized at boot??

  No, only the IDE port is detected.

  The ATAPI IDE CDROM is the only device connected to my primary IDE
  port, as slave, I have no other IDE devices. I checked /dev, making
  sure there are a wcd0 and a rwcd0c there.

  I also had a try of mount, and a msg 'device not configured' returned.

 // Donny



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