Date: Thu Jul 14 1994 - 15:40:46 CDT

        Several people responded with the suggestion to boot with the -r
option which I had already tried, however, Eric Olemans said


>have a look in /etc/vold.conf :


># Devices to use
>use cdrom drive /dev/dsk/c0t6 cdrom0 <---------- !!!!!!!


>1. You will have to adapt this file ( <--------!!!) ) to your needs.
>However, as you see, there is no specification for the logical unit and
>slice numbers d?s?). Apparently, d0s2 is allways added to the allready
>specified address. I don't know how to change this. Perhaps something to
>ask your SUN-support centre. If you find out, please let me know.

I used c1t6 in vold.conf and now it works.

Thanks to all that responded.

Original Question

> Subject: VOLD
> I have an SC2000 that is not running VOLD. If I enter
> /usr/sbin/vold -v, I get
> [date-time] warning: dev_use: couldn't find a driver for drive cdrom at
> /dev/dsk/c1t6d0s0
> This is the device is use to mount it from the command line. i.e.
> mount -F hsfs -r /dev/dsk/c1t6d0s0 /cdrom

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