Re: [Cdrecord-video] Re: cdrtools-2.01.01a09 released
Joerg Schilling wrote:
I wouldn't live in the past if you would get the hint that SCSI is dead
for probably 98% of your users, and trying to use connections which
depent on the fantasy that the devices are scsi is a source of endless
grief. Only the commands are (sort of) scsi, the transport is almost
entirely gone for CD/DVD.
Bill Davidsen <email@example.com> wrote:
FC1 with upgrades, 2.6.15 kernel. And I see it's still trying to convert
the device name to some pseudo-scsi mumbo-jumbo instead of using the
standard interface. And still has the "unintentional" warning which
isn't true because code was added (intentional) to provide support.
If you like to avoid this problem, try to educate the Lunix kernel maintainers
not to stay living in the past....
The world has gone Linux while you weren't looking. Actually while you
were hiding your eyes... Sun is *paying* people to port their linux
applications for Linux on SPARC. Tens of thousands of people attend
Linux World Expo, there is no Solaris world.
Usability only depends on the kernel quality.
If you have problems on Linux, try Solaris, FreeBSD BeOS/Zeta or even MS-WIN
Linux is the only OS around that still suffers from unfixed bugs from the last
millenium when looking at the SCSI transport.
bill davidsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
CTO TMR Associates, Inc
Doing interesting things with small computers since 1979