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SubjectRe: atapi write support? No
On Tue, 09 Sep 2003, Ed Sweetman wrote:

>Jens Axboe wrote:
>> On Tue, Sep 09 2003, Ed Sweetman wrote:
> There is no other information needed.

There is...

> By use atapi write support i mean Get it to do anything besides error
> out reporting that it cant access the drive. If you can query the
> drive much less actually write anything to it using the ATAPI
> interface than that's more than i've been able to do.
> for example cdrecord dev=ATAPI:1,0,0 checkdisk

ATAPI: is most likely wrong for what you want to do. It's meant for
notebooks (PCATA or something).
If you just want to get rid of ide-scsi, you have to use dev=/dev/hdX in


PS: A little change in attitude towards people who are willing to help
you wouldn't be the worst idea. IMHO of course.

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