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Re: [OS:N:] Re: yes it's gone on long enough



We also have automount enabled for CDROM in 8.0. Put in a cd, a desktop
icon appears, and Nautilus opens to /mnt/cdrom. If there's an autorun,
you are prompted to run it and when you're done, you can right click the
icon and 'eject'.

--jeremy

On Thu, 2003-01-16 at 08:51, Scott Cox wrote:
> Try Mandrake Ed;
> They have taken care of the silly mount/unmount (CD viewing) that so many have 
> been plagued with. All you need do is push the button on the CD drawer, stuff 
> it in, and click the CD icon on the screen to see the contents. After that, 
> push the button on the CD drawer and the CD pops out. Not only that, but 
> Mandrake as a distribution is pointed in the direction of becoming popular 
> and easy to use. Easy and rounded enough to come pre-loaded on new computers. 
> Oh, and comes with Open Office(Star Office equiv.). Good Luck!
> 
> On Wednesday 15 January 2003 07:42 am, ekunin wrote:
> 
> I'm trying to get Red Hat 7.0 to work and I cannot mount my CD Rom which means 
> I can't load Star Office 5.2 for which I have the CD Rom. 
> 
> 
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