Not that I know what I am talking about, but just get there won't do much for you; you need to know other commands as well. My suggestion is to do a little reading (like linux in a nutshell or some other). Happy reading.
Now when on the Windows NT Kernel, or Windows DOS Kerel, I just access the command prompt for NT or the Command.com (MS DOS) for the DOS kernel. And type in
X: where X is the drive,
and then I can access the drive through a command line interface. However in the UNIX Terminal I for the life of me can not figure out how to naviagte to the optical drive.
I understand that the hierarchy in Linux/UNIX is different and doesn't rely on alphabet hierarchy, neither does Windows if you so choose. But I can't figure out how to call up the drive. Thanks for the help.