Does anyone have a Howto to set this up? I have searched high and low, and all that I have left is several new coasters. :?
well in my case i just used the very same scsi-emulation setting i did with 2.4.23/4 and everything worked just fine.
apparently if you use the cdrtools-devel package you should be able to burn without even using scsi-emulation. instead of using dev=x,x,x you can use dev=ATAPI and should be good to go.
sorry i cannot really help you out more but i had no transiton error with cdburning
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I might be able to help in a week or so, im abroad right now, and dont have my Linux box to check , any way, i got it working with no problems, though i still use emulation...
Leonardo Andrés Gallego
www.archlinux-es.org || Comunidad Hispana de Arch Linux
I used ide-cd module to use my CDRW and device in cdrecord is (If I good remember, at work now not in front of my AL Box) /dev/ide/bus2/....., not scsi 0,0,0.
Works fine for me, I found this solution when kernel said "ide-scsi is deprecated"
P.S. Please correct my english, it's not my native language
Tomasz Bakiera, jabber: firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a Linux faq for beginners at http://home.nyc.rr.com/computertaijutsu/linfaq.html
that has a link to a good cd burning article which is at
My own experience indicates that in the 2.6 kernel I had to compile all the necessary things into the kernel rather than use modules.