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Re: cdrecord and scsi-3 compliance

Carsten Neumann wrote:

On Tue, 13 Jan 2004, Rob Bogus wrote:
Looks like you confuse the Target ID with the lun.

I'm not sure what would lead you to that, I haven't even opened the boxes to see if these drives *have* LUN jumpers. Typically they are on the drive electronics board, implemented as a set of solder pads, although I have seen some little mini-jumpers about 60% the size of a Berg jumper.


set the LUN of one of those drives to != 0, and send the output of
cdrecord -scanbus , and we will see... :-)

My plan exactly. But I want to see what the /proc/scsi/scsi file says, which is what Linux thinks is the config. Then to compare that with cdrecord. Maybe today if I have the time I will teardown these systems and combine them to a single working one.

E. Robert Bogusta
 It seemed like a good idea at the time

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