Re: Using an IDE CD-writer via scsi emulation
On Mon, Nov 10, 2003 at 12:39:07AM +0100, Karol Czachorowski wrote:
> On Sun, 9 Nov 2003 21:53:51 +0100
> email@example.com (Otto Wyss) wrote:
> > I knew I could read and write CD's on my system but I lost it during my
> > upgrades about a year ago. I remember when I switched the system I
> > couldn't write CD and I had documented the "hdd=ide-scsi". But after
> > changeing lilo.conf I can't read CD's anymore. So I looked into the
> > CD-Writing-Howto but it didn't help.
> You have to support for scsi cdroms in your kernel (or as module ide-scsi
> and cdrom - the name may be different, I'm using 2.6 kernels and they
> don't need scsi emulation).
I haven't perfected the art of juggling ide-scsi and cdrom myself, but
having them both as modules saves you having to reboot. I haven't
successfuly used ide-scsi for anything other than raw writes - I can't
mount it anyway.