opensuse 11.1 mount iso file

guys, i install opensuse on lenovo x61, it has no dvd driver, i want to install some software over internet. it alerts ‘Failed to mount cd:///?devices=/dev/sr0 on : Mounting media failed’, so i mount the iso file. it still cannont work, why? who can help me?

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What do you mean it "cannont’ work? What cannot work and how does it not
work? How did you mount the ISO? What are you trying to do once it is
mounted? If you want to install software over the Internet why are you
mounting an ISO or optical media in the first place? What is the
software? What is your platform version/patch? Did this ever work in the
past?

Good luck.

czct2009 wrote:
> guys, i install opensuse on lenovo x61, it has no dvd driver, i want to
> install some software over internet. it alerts ‘Failed to mount
> cd:///?devices=/dev/sr0 on : Mounting media failed’, so i mount the iso
> file. it still cannont work, why? who can help me?
>
>
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try to remove from repository to use media type cd/dvd as a source yast/software/softwarerepository/

And add the iso file as source, there’s no need to mount it IIRC.