Subject: Re: Current sources and "device not configured" messages
To: None <macbsd-general@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Brent Burton <Brent.Burton@math.tamu.edu>
Date: 06/14/1995 13:35:50
> Brent Burton wrote:
> > I have a Toshiba CD-ROM on my system, which the kernel recognizes and
> > can detect if a CD is present or not, i.e.:
> > targ 4 lun 0: <TOSHIBA, CD-ROM XM-5201TA, 3254> SCSI2 5/cdrom removable
> > cd0 at scsibus0: cd present, 246742 x 2048 records
> > However, "mount_cd9660 -o ro /dev/cd4a /cdrom" gives:
> > mount_cd9660: Device not configured
> The kernel autoconf says cd0... did you try to mount cd0a, instead of
> cd4a? On MacBSD, drives are numbered in order as they are found by
> the kernel, and numbers do not reflect SCSI ID (this is a shot in the
> dark...; don't have a CD-ROM drive).
I forgot BSD does that. I created the cd0* devices, but the disk won't
mount. I'll fetch a CD that is known to mount on my Suns, and try that.
The next question for CD-ROM drive owners is, is there a way to eject
a cd? Perhaps a set of SCSI tools for NetBSD? I'll look around the
various archives for something.
I received about 7 very helpful responses to my original post yesterday.
Thanks to all who sent me a reply - I'm getting things under control and
will wait for sup.netbsd.org to return.