Bug#319659: nautilus-cd-burner: Fails to rewrite DVD-RW
On Sun, Jul 24, 2005 at 11:17:29AM +0200, Lo?c Minier wrote:
> This looks like a kernel lack of support or bug from the very
> However, while I thought handing your report to the kernel team, it
> seemed to me you're running a non-Debian kernel package. To get
> support from the kernel team on this issue, you must of course run a
> Debian kernel. If/when it is the case, please report the version in
> this bug report. I'm reassigning to the bug to the kernel team, in
> version 2.6.12.
Hello kernel team,
Thank you for help in trying to track down this problem. However, I'm
afraid that, if this problem is in fact in the kernel, it's not really
appropriate for Debian to handle.
In order to get this optical drive to work at all, I have to do some
patching. <include/linux/libata.h> has this line:
I have to #define that for Linux to recognize the drive. So unless there's
some way to change this setting via .config that I haven't figured out, I
don't think it's possible to reproduce this in a Debian kernel. The drive
would not be accessible at all.
If that's the case, I'd be happy to talk to upstream myself about it.
Talking to the SATA maintainers would probably be my best bet; if you could
suggest the best way to reach them, I'd appreciate it.