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SubjectMounting problems with 2.4.0-t8
1. I can't mount any CD-roms on my IDE DVD-ROM drive (Toshiba SD-1212). 
2.2 kernels work fine, it works in Windows and audio CD:s work fine.
Drivers install
without problems. I use Util-Linux+Mount 2.10o and get the following
error when trying
to mount:

mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/cdrom,
or too many mounted file systems

I have iso9660 and joliet support compiled in. Kernel docs suggest
data from the device directly and that produces data without errors.

DVD-videos won't mount as UDF:s either (fails with the same error).

2. Floppies fail to mount too, but mtools work like a charm. The error here
is the same.
Fat support works since my Win98 partitions are mounted.

Might I have missed some grand new config option since 2.2 ?!?

AMD K6/2 - 333 on VIA MPV3 chipset w. 128 Mb memory.
Toshiba SD-1212 DVD-ROM.
Err.. a floppy drive?!?

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