Re: ide-scsi CDRW and a real SCSI CDROM
Kirk Strauser wrote:
At 2003-09-01T11:12:07Z, Russell Shaw <email@example.com> writes:
The real scsi will appear under sdxx such as sda1.
Except that it doesn't. In fact, it's not even detected in dmesg.
What I've done so far:
1) Added this to my grub boot parameters:
2) Created an /etc/modutils/cdrw:
# First, get the ide-cd drive to not latch onto /dev/hdd
options ide-cd ignore=hde
# Set up an alias for /dev/scd0 to load sr_mod
alias scd1 sr_mod
# Now get ide-cd followed by ide-scsi loaded before the SCSI drivers
pre-install sg modprobe ide-scsi
pre-install sr_mod modprobe ide-scsi
pre-install ide-scsi modprobe ide-cd
3) Ran update-modules.
4) Added `ide-scsi' and `sg' to /etc/modules.
Anything I missed
Does lsmod show the low-level driver for the scsi card? If not,
put it in /etc/modules. Does lsmod show the rest of the drivers
Drivers for card and scsi system in: cat /proc/scsi
Before doing all that stuff in /etc/modutils, i'd try the
driver install sequence by hand one step at a time, then
duplicate the working sequence with /etc/modules and