Re: cd record on an IBM T40p with Linux 2.6.9
You need to look at your grub config file for the append line for the kernel. For ide-scsi to work there is a "hdc=ide-scsi" option on that line. Your option may have something other than hdc. If you remove that, it will never load the ide-scsi module and then you can use the ATAPI:0,0,0 type device to burn to. Just for reference, you can not unload a kernel module that has already bound to a device. That is why you got that message trying to unload the ide-scsi module.
On Thu, 2004-12-02 at 11:50, Lukas Ruf wrote:
> Robert Goley <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2004-12-02 15:13]:
> If you are not using the ide-scsi modules (debian does not load it
> by default), then type this to get your device "cdrecord dev=ATAPI:
> -scanbus". Your device should be something like this "ATAPI:0,0,0".
> From 2.6.8 and up as far as I can tell, until Linus and Mr.
> Schilling get on the same page you will have to burn your cds as
> root. in 2.6.8 they restricted certain SCSI write functions to be
> used by root only(good idea keeps people from writing over hard
> drives). Mr. Schilling is supposed to implement proper SUID root
> capabilities so that if it is set SUID root it can use those
> functions. To my knowledge this has not happened yet.
thanks for your answer!
After reading the error message of cdrecord, I already tried burning
CDs as root. When I try to unload ide_scsi, I get the following
sr_mod 17188 0
cdrom 39964 2 ide_cd,sr_mod
ide_scsi 17028 0
scsi_mod 123212 2 sr_mod,ide_scsi
ntfs 102768 1
vfat 14592 1
fat 45984 1 vfat
ide_disk 20224 8
unix 28212 268
uccellina:~# rmmod ide_scsi
Has anybody seen this before?