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impossible mount and unmount cd, dvd and usb pen and hard disk

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I've a problem with dreamlinux, i can't mount and unmount my cd and dvd and also the usb pen and external hard disk, i' ve tried as saw in the official dreamlinux site but i couldn't and i can't register in its forum.

someone knows how to solve the problem step by step?

thanks so much

Danilo

i'll try

i've just installed dreamlinux and i don't know well how it works. i saw in the web site how to mount the devices using the right clicking but in output when i try: impossible to find the mount point for /dev/hdb, and similar. I also try modify the text in fstab but nothing.I also can't see the folder for the devices when i open the computer icon on the desktop
I don't know if it is clearer now.Tell me.

thank you

Danilo

impossible mount

give us some info first.

  1. uname -a

  2. ls /dev/hd*
  3. ls /dev/sd*
  4. the link to the howto that didn't work for you

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