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    On Feb 05 2001, Jens Axboe wrote:
    > On Sat, Feb 03 2001, wrote:
    > > Feb 3 22:08:25 Line kernel: hdb: irq timeout: status=0xd0 { Busy }
    > > Feb 3 22:08:25 Line kernel: hdb: DMA disabled
    > > Feb 3 22:08:55 Line kernel: hdb: ATAPI reset timed-out, status=0x90
    > > Feb 3 22:08:55 Line kernel: hda: DMA disabled
    > Try disabling DMA on the drive before accessing it.

    Well, this has nothing to do with the above, but is there any
    utility or /proc entry that lets me say to my CD drive that it
    should not work at full speed?

    Basically, some drives make way too much noise when they're
    operating at full speed. When I'd like to listen to some MP3s
    from a burned CD-R, what I'm currently doing is copying the
    files that I want to /tmp and listening from there, but this
    is obviously a dirty solution. :-(

    Thanks in advance for any hints, Roger...

    Rogerio Brito - -
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