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Re: Last gasp at CD-RW

On Sat, Feb 27, 1999 at 10:38:08PM +0000, Oliver Elphick wrote:
> Paul Nathan Puri wrote:
>   >I'm still trying to install CD-RW, an HP IDE version.  I've compiled the
>                                             ^^^
>   >scsi emulation, scsi cd-rom.  ./MAKEDEV sg-all, it won't do ./MAKEDEV sr.
>    ^^^^
>   >I can't mount /dev/scd0, /dev/sr0, or dev/sg0.  I really want to make this
>   >ide cd writer work.  Thanks...
> I can't answer your specific question, but if it is IDE it is not SCSI.
> Try devices /dev/hd[bcd] (I assume /dev/hda is a hard disk).
> 1st IDE master		/dev/hda
> 1st IDE slave		/dev/hdb
> 2nd IDE master		/dev/hdc
> 2nd IDE slave		/dev/hdd
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Incorrect. SCSI emulation allows the kernel to treat IDE devices _as_if_ they were SCSI devices.
It is recommeded for cdrecord, cpparanoia, and xcdroaster.
Stephen Pitts
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