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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2.5.62]: 2/3: Make SCSI low-level drivers also a seperate, complete selectable submenu
On Wed, 19 Feb 2003, Bill Davidsen wrote:

> I don't think it matters, the idea is to avoid all the low-level SCSI
> menus in one place, without disabling the ability to handle ATAPI devices.
> Using the ide-scsi or not still uses SCSI drivers AFAIK.
> > There was talk about it awhile back on the list. I've been burning CDs
> > using ide cdrom support for several kernel revisions now.
> Have you checked/used them? I kind of wrote that off after a while, I
> don't need more coasters :-( At the time I deferred testing the score was
> CD: read okay burn failed, ide-floppy (ZIP in my case): ng, and tape: not
> even visible. That was back around 2.5.52 or so, since ide-scsi seems to
> work I haven't been motivated to care.

As I said, I've been using it successfully. I've not tested ide-floppy
since I don't have one, nor a tape. I would rather not have to use
ide-scsi if I can help it. ide cd support is incompatible with ide-scsi
cdrom support, so things are simpler if I can just cut out the scsi
support entirely.

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