You can mount an ISO-9660, High Sierra, or Rock Ridge format CD-ROM as a read-only filesystem. This allows access to files that are described by the primary volume descriptor on the CD-ROM. Access to files described by secondary volume descriptors is not supported.
CD-ROM filesystems containing extended attribute records are supported. You can access record format information and the file access permissions in an extended attribute record using options to mount(ADM).
The Srom device driver is the SCSI peripheral driver for CD-ROM devices. USB drives and ATAPI-2-compliant drives connected to an EIDE controller are also supported using this driver.
When installing a SCSI CD-ROM drive, you must use a SCSI host adapter supported by SCO OpenServer. You should also check with your hardware supplier that the drive will work with the host adapter.
A maximum of 255 SCSI CD-ROM drives per system are supported; seven per SCSI-1 bus, or fifteen on a 16-bit Wide SCSI-2, Ultra-SCSI (SCSI-III), or Ultra2SCSI bus.
%cd-rom - - - type=IDE ctrl=pri cfg=slv dvr=Srom->wd
%cd-rom - - - type=S ha=0 id=0 lun=0 bus=0 ht=usb_msto
For more information, see the usb(HW) manual page.
The device files used to access CD-ROM drives are documented on the cdrom(HW) manual page.
To add a CD-ROM drive:
For SCSI drives, enter the SCSI host adapter type, the host adapter number, target ID, and logical unit number (LUN), as described in ``SCSI addresses''. If this is the first SCSI peripheral that you are adding to the SCSI bus controlled by a host adapter, you may need to supply additional hardware information about the adapter as described in ``Adding a SCSI peripheral device''.
For USB drives,
enter the drive's USB device ID
You can determine the device ID by running
hwconfig -h and locating the
CD-ROM drive's entry in the list of hardware.
id= field indicates the assigned
USB device ID. (If you hot-plugged
the drive, the USB device ID
is provided in the kernel configuration message
displayed on the console.)
cannot openis displayed.