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SubjectRe: Devices not supporting read-6....
Hi All,
Good luck getting Toshiba to update their firmware...

If you read the SCSI MultiMedia spec, you'll notice 6-byte Read/Write commands
are not mandatory (true for ATAPI & SCSI). So, I'd say the drivers need to be updated.

I seem to recall someone was updating drives to switch to 10-byte CDB's?


Alan Cox wrote:
> > {"TOSHIBA","DVD-RAM SD-W1101","*", BLIST_GHOST},
> >
> > which doesn't implement it.
> >
> > What do we do?
> >
> > - Blacklist it as "doesn't support read-6" and implement
> > stuff to prevent read-6 if that flag is set?
> Is this ide-scsi. ATAPI does not require legacy command modes. If its atapi
> maybe ide-scsi isnt mapping right. If its real scsi then ask Toshiba for
> scsi firmware. Thats just too fundamentally screwy to bother with
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