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SubjectRe: IDE-SCSI oops in 2.6.0-test11
ross.alexander@uk.neceur.com wrote:
> CPU: Athlon-XP 2700+
> MB: ASUS A7N8X Deluxe
> Memory: 3 x 512MB
> Notes: UP kernel, standard EIDE driver, boot paramters acpi=off
> nolapic,noapic
> Libc: glibc-2.3.2 with linuxthreads.
>
> This error occurs while trying to write a DVD+RW to an NEC-1300A DVD
> writer
> using cdrecord-dvdpro executable (no source available). This works fine
> on linux-2.4.23.
>



First off, acpi should be working just fine now...should have been for
the last couple versions of 2.6.0-test.
Second, you probably shouldn't be using ide-scsi. ATAPI works just fine
using straight ide for CDR's so it probably works fine for DVD-R+R+RW
whatever stupid acronymn they're using today.
Third, you didn't post the actual oops so how is anyone supposed t osay
anything about this problem?
Fourth, you are using a binary you didn't compile that's probably
compiled against headers for api's found in 2.4.x which is seriously
different from the kernel you're running it on. Compile your own
cdrecord and see how it goes.

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