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SubjectRe: CD writing in future Linux (stirring up a hornets' nest)
On Mon, 13 Feb 2006, D. Hazelton whispered secretively:
> On Monday 13 February 2006 17:14, Nix wrote:
>> (I doubt libscg would ever be interested in the stuff in most of the
>> other directories: things like /dev/mem are not SCSI devices and never
>> will be, and /sys/class/scsi_device contains *everything* Linux
>> considers a SCSI device, no matter what transport it is on, SATA and
>> all. However, I don't know if it handles IDE devices that you can SG_IO
>> to because I don't have any such here. Anyone know?)
> Not on my system, and I have a DVD-ROM and a CDRW drive attached, both of
> which are capable of SG_IO.

Blast. Well, all these SCSI-like things *should* appear in one place
in /sys, dammit. Even if they don't right now. :/

`... follow the bouncing internment camps.' --- Peter da Silva
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