Originally posted by anandkl Before you copy you need to mount cdrom, after mounting use the following command to copy files from cdrom to root(/) filesystem under cdrom_files directory.
# mkdir cdrom_files
# cp * /cdrom_files/.
Mount the cdrom? That is true in the RARE instance Solaris Volume Management does not automatically mount the cdrom for you. Now, if the original poster does not know how to do a simple copy, what you makes you think he knows how to mount a file system? Your answer, although technically correct, is useless.