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Re: cdrecord bug?

On Thu, Jul 17, 2003 at 08:49:24AM -0500, John Foster wrote:
> David Fokkema wrote:
> >Hi group,
> >
> >with the cdrecord versions from testing and unstable (2.0) I am unable
> >to work with an ATAPI CDROM. With the woody version (1.10) I can do:
> >
> >cdrecord dev=0,0 -toc
> >
> >and get a table of contents of an inserted audio cd. On two different
> >systems, I get an error using the 2.0 version: 'cannot init drive'. It's
> >picking the same drivers, using scsi (ide-scsi) so no problem there,
> >except that it keeps complaining it can't do anything with the drive. I
> >haven't tried on other systems (due to the lack of other systems) but I
> >suspect generic-mmc scsi cdrom support is broken. Any clues? Should I
> >file a bug report?
> >
> >Thanks,
> >
> >David
> >
> >
> > 
> >
> -----------------------------------------------------
> I had to build a new kernel with more specefic scsi support, namely 
> emulation  of scsi by atapi.
> Seems there is a serious lag in linux development in this area and 
> scanners as well. It was the
> same with sound and printers for a long time.

Yes, I know. But I have the ide-scsi and sg modules loaded correctly,
and cdrecord 1.10 works perfectly. Why doesn't cdrecord 2.0 work?


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