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SubjectRe: PATCH: cdrecord: avoiding scsi device numbering for ide devices
Now that we've had our regularly-scheduled cdrecord imbriglio (my word for 
today), can we get on to one of our other periodic arguments?

> Joerg is wrong. SCSI number simply doesn't work, and the current Linux
> setup is absolutely the right thing to do.
>
> If Joerg keeps breaking cdrecord, the distributions will hopefully just
> keep unbreaking it. The way you send SCSI commands to a device under Linux
> is to open the device (with O_NDELAY) and then just start sending the
> commands. None of the idiotic scanning and SCSI numbering crap.
>
> Involving Joerg in it just makes you go crazy. Don't bother.
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