Re: Setting up Debian 2.2 issues
> > > 3. My HP IDE CD-RW can not work. When I run xcdroast it shows message as
> > > below
> > >
> > > "No Generic-SCSI-Support has been detected. Without it no SCSI-Devices
> > > can be detected or used by X-CD-Roast. Please load the sg-module (e.g.
> > > "insmod sg:) or recompile your kernel with Generic-SCSI-Support."
> > >
> > > But the system response me as below while running "insmod sg"
> > >
> > > Using /lib/modules/2.2.16-storm/scsi/sg.o
> > > insmod: a module named sg already exists
> > I'm not sure, but is your CD-RW a SCSI or a IDE/ATAPI instead?
> > And you may find HOWTO/CD-Wrinting helpful.
> It's IDE/ATAPI CD-RW. Will check the document and try to find some info.
I have a Creative IDE/ATAPI CD-RW. I use scsi emulation for that. Then
# cdrecord -v speed=2 dev=0,0,0 ......
That is, you will have to re-compile your kernel to enable scsi emulation
for IDE interface. The details' in CD-Writing HOWTO.
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