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SubjectRe: PATCH: cdrecord: avoiding scsi device numbering for ide devices
Joerg Schilling schrieb am 2004-08-09:

> >We try, when they make sense...
>
> You should learn what "make sense" means, Linux-2.6 is a clear move away from
> the demands of a Linux user who likes to write CDs/DVDs.

Or so you think.

cdrecord dev=/dev/hdd ... on 2.6 has given me what 2.4 didn't do:
DMA for non-2048 block sizes.

I agree that I'd rather have seen ide-scsi fixed than yet another
interface extended, but if I use /dev/sg4 or /dev/hdd, doesn't really
matter.

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