The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse


How-To Geek Forums / Linux

Automounting CDRom in Red Hat 9 (VMWARE)

(1 post)
  • Started 3 years ago by jfacowns
  • Topic Viewed 694 times

PARTNER SPOTLIGHT

Recommended: Clean Your Mac the Easy Way with CleanMyMac 3

If you want to clean up your Mac the easy way, CleanMyMac is a great tool to get the job done easily, and it will even keep your computer clean automatically.

Unlike the competition, it also includes great tools like a Clean Uninstaller, to get rid of applications and clean up the junk that they leave behind. All with the click of a button.

Download CleanMyMac 3 for Free Today

Posted yesterday 
Top
jfacowns
Posts: 29

Hello everyone,

I need to auto mount my 3rd IDE drive in vmware to my root file system and have it automatically load at boot. I assume there might be more than one way to do this but the way i an most comfortable with is altering "fstab". If anyone could give me a heads up that would be awesome... Just one more question.. in the fstab file i see that there is a device called "/dev/cdrom0, /dev/cdrom1, /dev/cdrom2" which I am assuming stands for the IDE devices, so in this case, i want to auto mount "cdrom2" BUT, I have been told that the IDE devices go by the name "/dev/hda , /dev/hdv . /dev/hdc" So really, my question is, are my IDE devices notated by number like "/dev/cdrom0" or by letter like "/dev/hdc"

Again guys, any insight on this would be a huge help. Thank you very much.

Posted 3 years ago
Top
 



Topic Closed

This topic has been closed to new replies.