speakup.i scsi conflict followup
kerry at gotss.net
Mon Dec 30 01:49:59 EST 2002
It would appear that cdparanoia was not perhapse pointed at the scsi version of the drive
ide/atapi emulation does not mean that hdc disappears; it means the only commands
sent to hdc that will still work are identify set multcount unmask irq and dma on/off.
If you enable ide/atapi emulation; you must tell your utilities to access
/dev/scd0 not the ide equivalent.
Note also that cdtool needs a recompile to be told that the device in use is
scsi not ide since the device shows under the scsi subsystem.
I use cdrdao and cdparanoia to rip from my ide/atapi cdrom
and cdrw drive.
On Sun, Dec 29, 2002 at 09:54:03PM +0000, Toby Fisher wrote:
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> On Sat, 28 Dec 2002, Kerry Hoath wrote:
> > You could also consider compiling out ide/atapi cd support
> > altogether and compile in the scsi emulation.
> > Your dvd will show as 0,0,0 and writer as 0,1,0.
> INteresting, I tried this, and had some strange results, namely that my
> cdrom drive would no longer read audio disks properly, that is, that is, a
> ripping script that uses cdparanoia and then either lame or oggenc would
> say it was ripping track number x, but the whole disk would, apparently,
> be finished in 2 seconds and I'd be left with a load of empty files, so I
> compile IDE cdrom support into the kernel, idescsi as a module and pass
> hdd=idescsi to lilo.
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