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Re: [SLE] sound, cd writer, and kernel compile
- From: super-suser@xxxxxxxxxx (Jon Pennington)
- Date: Mon, 01 Nov 1999 13:27:45 PST
- Message-id: <941491665.3763.757@xxxxxxxxxx>
On Mon, 01 Nov 1999 21:36:02 +0000, Chris Reeves wrote:
> Thanks for the reply. Are the atapi devices seen as being on a separate
If the module is loaded properly.
> The Advansys in on scsibus0, so will the writer be on scsibus1? Here is
what I get out of 'cdrecord -scanbus' (the Pioneer is the 'real' SCSI CD
> and that's it. No mention of the HP. Should there be something mentioned
in the boot messages? Can I check anything in /proc to make sure it's
working (the kernel compiled properly with ide-scsi in it)? Do you see
anything relating to ide-scsi in particular, not necessarily about the
Yes, dmesg should report that it found the device. Did the HP show up on
boot at all?
> Looking at your fstab, is the writer seen as hdx at all? Or is it seen
solely as SCSI?
Truth be told, I only have an entry in fstab for convenience. It's not
necessary. All of my ATAPI devices are seen as SCSI devices. The Zip
(hdb), the CD-ROM (hdc), and the CD-R (hdd).
> I can access the writer OK, but just as /dev/hdc. Not as a SCSI device.
That means the module didn't load. Did you remove ATAPI CD support
completely? Did you append LILO so that hdd=ide-scsi?
> I've got a feeling that IDE-SCSI either hasn't been compiled in, or I've
got to do something to activate it. Since it's not a module, I can't just
insmod and see if it has loaded... Is there any way to tell?
If you did a `make oldconfig' on my .config, and then `make menuconfig' to
suit your needs (specifically your network settings, assuming that / is not
on the Advansys), you should have a working system.
-=|JP|=- (Resident GNUbie)
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