How to mount cdrom in Linux -

CD's and DVDs are using ISO9660 filesystem. The aim of ISO9660 is to provide a data exchange standard between various operating systems. As a result any Linux operating system is capable of handling the ISO9660 file system. This guide describes a way on how to mount / umount ISO9660 file-system in Linux and thus enabling user to read data from CD or DVD media.

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Andrew Farren

wodim --devices command Does Not Work - No such file or directory :frowning:

Intai Kim

Thanks. I can mount my external cd drive on raspberry pi 2 thanks to this post.