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SubjectRe: eide-scsi module in 2.2
On Tue, May 18 1999, CT@braehler.com wrote:
> How do I specify which ide-drives to use in the eide-scsi emulation?
>
> Background: I used eide-scsi integrated in the kernel in 2.0.36. With the
> kernel param "idescsi=hdd" (or something like that) I got an addional
> "scsi-host" with one drive attached - the HP8100 CD burner. Everything
> worked fine.
>
> Now I've got the 2.2 kernel and the eide-scsi.o module. I can modprobe it,
> fine, but no drive shows in /proc/scsi/scsi.
>
> Am I too stupid? Is it already too early in the morning? Help!

You probably have ide-cd compiled into the kernel. Load it as a
module with ignore=hdd and load ide-scsi after that, then you will
have your "normal" cd-rom drive running with ide-cd and the burner
on ide-scsi.

> Yours, desperate, Christian Treczoks

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* Jens Axboe <axboe@image.dk>
* Linux CD-ROM Maintainer

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