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SubjectRe: SCSI emulation causes kernel panic
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On Sunday 02 March 2003 04:01 pm, scott thomason wrote:
> Greetings. I haven't been able to find a single version yet in
> the 2.5.x series that allows me to use SCSI emulation without
> a kernel panic...until I tried a strange trick today. Even
> under 2.5.63, I still received the panic documented below,
> until I turned on all the options under "Kernel Hacking". Then
> SCSI emulation seems to work fine!

Note to self: even though the panic disappears, and the device
appears in /dev, when the device is actually _written_ to using
cdrecord, various scsi errors happen. Blurf.
---scott

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