Re: cdrdao problem
> "Edward J. Shornock" <email@example.com>
> Wrote: A few (possible) things...
>It looks like you may be using SCSI emulation. If so, try to remove
>ide-scsi module with "rmmod ide-scsi". If it is built-in to your
>kernel, try recompiling without SCSI emulation.
>What if you change the --device part to "--device ATAPI:0,0,0" ?
>Does it fail if you run the command as root? If not, are you in the
>"cdrom" group? What are the permissions on /usr/bin/cdrdao?
>On my server, after adding myself to the cdrom group and setting
>setuid, I receive the following:
>$ cdrdao scanbus
>Cdrdao version 1.1.9 - (C) Andreas Mueller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>SCSI interface library - (C) Joerg Schilling
>Paranoia DAE library - (C) Monty
>Check http://cdrdao.sourceforge.net/drives.html#dt for current driver
>Using libscg version 'schily-0.8'
>ATA:1,0,0 HP , CD-Writer cd16b , 2.00
>ATA:1,1,0 SAMSUNG , DVD-ROM SD-616F , F100
I agree; if your using a 2.6 kernel you really do not need scsi
emulation, its depreciated anyway. Also if your going to copy music
from a cd to harddrive, or to another format you might want to try
cdda2wav, cdda2mp3, cdda2ogg all those work fine, gives you the
If you do use cdrdao you might want to use the read-cd option. Which
might look something like this. You might want to see the man page,
or the info page of cdrdao for more information.
cdrdao read-cd --device ATA:0,0,0 --driver genric-mmc-raw --datafile