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Date:      Thu, 5 Apr 2001 18:18:15 -0700
From:      Robert Clark <res03db2@gte.net>
To:        Glenn Johnson <glennpj@charter.net>
Cc:        "Aleksandar Simic'" <alex@frustum.clara.co.uk>, freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG, Dwalin <dwalin@haldjas.folklore.ee>
Subject:   Re: NEC IDE CD writer not working with burncd
Message-ID:  <20010405181815.B17686@darkstar.gte.net>
In-Reply-To: <20010405162246.B1968@gforce.johnson.home>; from glennpj@charter.net on Thu, Apr 05, 2001 at 04:22:46PM -0500
References:  <000201c0bd43$09ab65a0$1401a8c0@zoso> <Pine.BSF.3.96.1010405100506.49413A-100000@haldjas.folklore.ee> <20010405131142.A4466@frustum.clara.co.uk> <20010405162246.B1968@gforce.johnson.home>

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I watched my brother go through this once. And decied then to stay away
IDE burners.

If the ide-scsi emulation has some magic in it that cdrecord
does not, then it makes sense that cdrecord under FreeBSD might
not work with as many drives.

[RC]
On Thu, Apr 05, 2001 at 04:22:46PM -0500, Glenn Johnson wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 05, 2001 at 01:11:43PM +0100, Aleksandar Simic' wrote:
> 
> > Welcome to the club :)
> >
> > Some IDE CDR aren't supported because they use proprietary IDE
> > additions. I've learned that the same, hard way as you.
> 
> No one has been able to answer my question about this.  Why is it that
> these proprietary IDE additions that you refer to do not cause Linux to
> trip?  I know that Linux uses ide-scsi emulation and FreeBSD does not,
> but shouldn't these proprietary IDE additions cause the ide-scsi module
> loading to fail under Linux?
> 
> -- 
> Glenn Johnson
> glennpj@charter.net
> 
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