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SubjectRe: [PATCH,RFC] make ide-scsi more selective
On Sat, 25 Aug 2001 02:56:20 -0400 (EDT), Ion Badulescu wrote:

>I've concocted another patch, which includes my previous one and
>implements Mikael's idea somewhat more consistently. It adds another
>option, "noscsi", so that by saying hdX=noscsi on the kernel command line
>the user can prevent the ide-scsi driver from ever claiming that drive.
>
>So:
>- by default it's first come, first served
>- hdX=scsi means only the ide-scsi driver can claim hdX
>- hdX=noscsi means the ide-scsi driver must not claim hdX ever
>
>Sounds good? If so, please apply, it makes many CDR users' lives easier.

Looks fine to me. Tested briefly and it does get the job done.

/Mikael

p.s. anyone know if cdrecord will ever support ATAPI CDRs natively?
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