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Re: SCSI Emulation with newer Kernels and Burning CD's


 The native driver can directly do all the tasks and SCSI emulation
is not needed anymore.

 For programs like growisofs, cdrecord in the option dev=
 instead of giving 0,0,0 etc., you can give /dev/hdc directly.

On Tue, 5 May 2009, Martin McCormick wrote:

I upgraded my kernel from an old 2.6.5 kernel to a newer 2.6.18
kernel and noticed that the boot process ignored the passing of
/dev/hdc to scsi emulation. The drive worked fine after I
mounted it as /dev/cdrom rather than /dev/hcd0. Do I need to do
anything different to such programs as cdrecord?

Martin McCormick

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