on Sat, Aug 09, 2003, Jerry (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote: > I have two usb cd-rw drives connected to my computer. I recently had to > reinstall Woody 3.0r0. Now, Woody cannot see these drives. In my > previous install they were scd0 & scd1. Now, when I run "sg_map -i" > these drives do not show up. > > In modconf I can see that I have sg installed, and I have usbcore > installed. > > Here is the modules contents of my /etc/modules file: > > usb-uhci > usb-ohci You should only need one of these modules in most normal scenarios; unless you have added USB ports to your system via a PCI card, for example. Most people with Intel or VIA chipsets require the usb-uhci module. However, using both *shouldn't* cause a problem; the superfluous one *should* just generate errors at load time. I'd get rid of it just to be sure. > input > usbkbd > keybdev > lp > radeon > mousedev > ide-scsi You've recompiled to enable IDE-SCSI support, but did you remember to disable IDE CDROM support? Not doing so will hide the drives from the SCSI subsystem. Hope this helps, Peter.
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