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Re: enabling ide-scsi

On 28 Mar at 21:14 dann frazier <dannf@debian.org> wrote in message
<[🔎] 20080328211411.GE20319@ldl.fc.hp.com>

> Does anyone see a problem w/ enabling the ide-scsi module for etch, sid,
> trunk, etc? #467291 claims its needed for ide-tape devices and udev
> includes a rule for this case. I'd been hesitant to enable this in etch
> for fear that making this module available would lead to it getting
> loaded/used unintentionally for cd writing. But from what I can tell, this
> would only happen if explicitly configured by the user.

Well, fixing ide-tape would be a better long-term solution, but as that's
upstream, unfixed for years, enabling ide-scsi is prrobably the more
pragmatic solution.

I have ide-scsi built/loaded into my otherwise standard etch system to drive
my tape, but it is not interfering with CD burning.

Tony van der Hoff        | mailto:tony@vanderhoff.org
Buckinghamshire, England

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