System Administration Guide, Volume 1

Logical CD-ROM Device Names

The logical device name that represents the first CD-ROM device on a system is /dev/dsk/c0t6d0s0.

Since CD-ROMs are managed by Volume Management, the logical CD-ROM device name is usually not used unless you want to mount the CD manually. See Chapter 14, Guidelines for Using CDs and Diskettes (Overview) for information on accessing your CD-ROM device.