Re: CD-RW and CD-ROM both scd0
Your right, I do have this option compiled in. I now take it out; thanks.
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On Sun, 28 Feb 1999, Alexander Stavitsky wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 28, 1999 at 05:32:12PM -0800, Paul Nathan Puri wrote:
> > At boot time, my cd-rw is recognized, and when I run xcdroast, the
> > ide/scsi info seems to say that my nec cd-rom and my hp cd-rw are both on
> > host scsi0. Why is this. When I type mount -t iso9660 /dev/sr0, my
> > cd-rom is mounted, sr1-12 all mount my cdrom. Where would my cd-writer
> I'm not sure this is the cause of the problem but IDE-SCSI
> do not seem to work properly for me when "Probe all LUN's" is selected
> in SCSI kernel configuration. I had my CD-RW listed multiple times.
> When I deselected "Probe all LUN's" it only detected one device.
> I can speculate that you have kernel compiled with this option and
> your cdrom shows up as multiple devices and fills all device entries.
> Try to recompile the kernel that will only probe until the first LUN and
> see if it helps.
> > be?
> > NatePuri
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