Re: IDE-SCSI oops in 2.6.0-test11

From: Craig Bradney
Date: Tue Dec 02 2003 - 18:32:48 EST

On Wed, 2003-12-03 at 00:10, bill davidsen wrote:
> In article <1070401986.12502.6.camel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
> Craig Bradney <cbradney@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> | Just as an fyi, Im on a 2600, same mobo (well, v2 1007 bios).. 2.6 test
> | 11, acpi on, local apic on, apic on.
> |
> | Can burn CDs and DVD+RWs without IDE-SCSI just fine.
> I bet you're using a recent cdrecord and growisofs, both of which have
> had Linux-specific code added to use the non-SCSI interface. Programs
> which are written for SCSI won't run on that interface.

Sorry.. missed those out:
k3b 0.10.2
cdrdao 1.1.8pre2
cdrtools 2.01 alpha 19 (cdrecord is in here.. it is 2.01a19-dvd)
and growisofs is 5.1.3
mkisofs is 2.01a17.

All are latest "usntable" builds on Gentoo, or cvs. So, yes.. very
recent. I was very happy when i could burn a CD/DVD without IDE-SCSI,
and that was part of the reason I tried out 2.6 now.

> I'm told that SCSI programs for Win9x will run under vmware using
> ide-scsi under 2.4 but not 2.6, can someone confirm? I don't have the
> software for that test, but I'm told Win9x is quite popular ;-)

> The last time I tried cdparanoia it didn't work with 2.6 (ATAPI or
> ide-scsi), and I haven't tried cdda2wav. Some work, some don't.

cdparanoia: 9.8 (march 23 2001)
cdda2wav 2.01a19
> Please let us know if you're using other software than my guess, hard to
> track what's been converted from SCSI to ATAPI.

Let me know if you want anymore versions.


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