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    SubjectRe: getting a working CD-drive in 2.6

    Stuart Longland wrote:

    > iain d broadfoot wrote:
    > | ide-scsi is disabled.
    > If it's an IDE drive, you'll want this _enabled_ before you'll be able
    > to write CDs. Most of the burner software that I know of look for a
    > SCSI CD burner, not IDE. ide-scsi is intended for making an IDE CD
    > burner appear as a SCSI device.

    Actually with 2.6, you no longer need ide-scsi. You'll need to upgrade
    your cdrecord tools and probably your burning GUI, if you use one. I've
    been burning that way for several months now. (I'm using xcdroast,
    though I need to start it with "-n" since I'm using cdrecord 2.01a18.)
    This actually works better for me than ide-scsi as for some reason it
    uses less CPU.


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