and /dev/scdfor SCSI drives with the device number .Example:
mount /dev/hdc -t iso9660 -r /media
If the file names on the mounted CD / DVD are written in lowercase letters, remount the CD / DVD with the following commands:
umount <device>
mount -t iso9660 -r -o map=off <device> <medium-mountdir>
After the cdrom is mounted you can check with the disk free command (df) that it is correctly mounted at the /cdrom directory:
[root@ebs121 media]# df
Filesystem           1K-blocks      Used Available Use% Mounted on
                      18219452   2487644  14791368  15% /
/dev/sda1               101086     11940     83927  13% /boot
tmpfs                  1521384         0   1521384   0% /dev/shm
/dev/hdc               2850578   2850578         0 100% /media
Unmounting your CD-ROM
#umount /media
or alternatively you can type
#umount /dev/hdc
In case of the scsi cd this is:
#umount /dev/sdc0 

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