This was done in ESX VMware.
1) Make sure /mnt/cdrom exists. If not, type
2) To mount the CD, type
mount /dev/scd0 –t iso9660 –o ro /mnt/cdrom
In Linux system, mount is a command to mount a file system.
–t flag is a argument used to indicate the file system type.
iso9660 is a CD file system type that it supports.
-o ro means it mounts the file system read only.
/dev/scd0 is the source.
/mnt/cdrom is the destination.
3) Before a CD can’t be reject, the CD ROM has to be unmounted.
To mount/unmount a USB floppy drive:
1) Make sure /mnt/floppy exists. If not, type
2) To mount the diskette, type
mount /dev/sda –o auto /mnt/floppy
3) To unmount a diskette,