I recently went to try and install Oracle 10g on a Solaris 10 server, and for some reason it wouldn’t recognize the DVD when I put it in the drive. Solaris and UNIX machines in general I think and usually good for this sort of thing. You put a CD in the drive, it detects it, and puts an icon on your desktop for the new CD or at least mounts it to something like /cdrom or /media/cdrom for you.
However, this machine on this particular day, wasn’t playing ball. So I had to figure out how to do it manually.
Here’s what I did.
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