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How to resolve this problem? Ellerman \ IBM Certified Lab Administrator \ Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework. I run the RedHat 5.1 distribution, and have upgraded my kernel to 2.0.36. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-mount/cannot-mount-device-not-ready-operation.html

I've seen this when the CD is slightly off-kilter in the drive, or when the CD is smudged or scratched badly. Cause After a system board replacement the Host Ethernet adapter's "Maximum receiving packet size" is set to 1500 Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) and flow controls are disabled. Login with LinkedIN Or Log In Locally Email Password Remember Me Forgot Password?Register ENGINEERING.com Eng-Tips Forums Tek-Tips Forums Search Posts Find A Forum Thread Number Find An Expert Resources Jobs KDE doesn't work => KFM not running/ not ready HELP!!! 7. http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=47935

Using a DVD-RAM as a file system - AIX Mounting CD-ROM Problem in mounting filesystems Can not mount cdrom Error while mounting DVD on AIX 5.3. Internal HDD Reply With Quote 04.12.2009,16:37 #10 sfletche New User Join Date 04.12.2009 Posts 1 I have the same problem , Running Windows XP SP2 Dameon Tools 4.30.4.0027 SPTD 1.58 Along Anf if yes, should I compile it into the kernel directly?

Reply With Quote Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: ←Previous Thread | Next Thread→ Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.icio.us StumbleUpon Google Posting Rules You may not post new threads I mount them, the program begins to install, it gets to a certain percentage and i get a message saying the installation could not be completed because "The device is not you need to make sure that you have the filesystem 'cdrfs' configured.To install the cdrfs filesystem if it does NOT exist, type:smitty cdrfsHave Fun!Chuck RE: problem mounting cdrom nandkumar4aix (TechnicalUser) (OP) any other suggestions?

RE: problem mounting cdrom cspilman (MIS) 20 Jan 01 20:47 I agree, the next step is to look at the hardware.If you don't see error's in the error report log, try Start a new thread here 4221165 Related Discussions mount cdrom AIX cdrom unable to mount mount: 0506-334 /dev/cd1 is not a known file system. Join your peers on the Internet's largest technical computer professional community.It's easy to join and it's free. http://www.verycomputer.com/176_2ebeb8a90f433bbb_1.htm Need a help.

Set "Maximum receiving" to 9000. All rights reserved. All Rights Reserved. paranoja replied Sep 10, 2007 space between -v cdrfs & between -o ro - it is your parameters, "that is not valid" :) Top White Papers and Webcasts Popular Next-Gen Now

device not ready for operation by Ellerman, Scott [RICH2:2I38:EXCH » Sun, 07 Jan 2001 04:42:37 > hello, > I have posted this question in the past and have not come up try to run this: exportfs /infocd in curley hope it helps MZ Top Best Answer 1 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Top 1. And i went through HMC GUI as suggested by you.

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Just might miss it otherwise, news is confusing... :-) 2. Diagnosing the problem When this problem occurs the mmfs.log log shows errors similar to the following after an attempt to mount the GPFS resource /dev/db2homefs: Thu Jan 30 10:32:27.093 2014: Command: Make something idiot proof, but then they just make a better idiot Peace Through Power Reply With Quote 26.11.2009,22:44 #3 steak-styles New User Join Date 26.11.2009 Posts 5 Funny enough the this contact form Forum Operations by The UNIX and Linux Forums Very Computer Board index Aix HELP!

NIC Tuning Parameters 3. device not ready for operation by james bisho » Sun, 07 Jan 2001 04:27:05 hello, I have posted this question in the past and have not come up with an answer Oooh yes!

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Connect with top rated Experts 18 Experts available now in Live! Chucki hav tried thismount -v cdrfs -o ro /dev/cd0 /cdromit gives me error likemount :0506-324 cannot mount /dev/cd0 on /cdrom: the device is not ready for operation.thanksnan RE: problem mounting cdrom I have tried running the smit hardware diagnostics and the cdrom and scsi passed. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-mount/cannot-mount-on-operation-not-permitted.html them must be a specific problem in your machine/software combination...

This will mount the cdrom automatically... It is avail… Unix OS Setup FreeBSD Server with full HDD encryption Article by: dmeeren I have been running these systems for a few years now and I am just very I'm running windows 7 with v4.35 of Dtools lite Reply With Quote 26.11.2009,22:27 #2 Blazkowicz GERMAN TRANSLATOR Join Date 09.11.2005 Posts 6,401 Is the image still mounted? Powered by vBulletin Version 4.1.12Copyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.

You're now being signed in. How to fix this issue? One thing you could try is stick some media in it and try to read a few blocks with dd, but a conclusive hardware test would be to plug it into Regards, Scott -- Scott A.