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Re: burner disappears after update kernel



> You should access the burner with the IDE name convention, e.g.
> "/dev/hdd". I understand that now IDE devices, although mapped to SCSI
> devices, can be accessed with the usuale IDE naming convention. This
> affects not only the kernel, but cdrecord too.

Does cdrecord supports dev=/dev/hdd or so ??  since a cdrecord -scanbus
only shows the first and not both cdrom drives.

>
> Hope it helps.
>
> On Mon, 2004-06-21 at 13:24, Marc wrote:
>> When I use the updated 2.6.6 kernel (from the original 2.5 FC2 kernel)
>> cdrecord is unable to find my cd burner (slave on the second IDE
>> controller)
>> I tried to add hdc=ide-scsi and hdd=ide-scsi to grub.conf but no
>> difference
>>
>> Rebooting with the original 2.5 FC2 kernel solves the problem
>>
>> Any suggestions ?
>>
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