Re: Can't access my CDROM drive
- --- In redhat@y..., Scott Robbins <scottro@d...> wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 03, 2002 at 11:13:46PM -0000, linuxnewby wrote:Your info worked. As soon as the drive closed with the disk in
> So, open up the terminal. Type eject -r
> The CD drive should open.
> (eject is obvious--the -r option makes it open)
> Put in the #3 CD.
> eject -t (that should make it close) :)
> (And you'll have to be root when you do this)
> mount /dev/cdrom
> That should work--
it, the Gnome RPM manager came up. So I was where I needed to be.