Re: IDE-SCSI oops in 2.6.0-test11
From: bill davidsen
Date: Tue Dec 02 2003 - 18:46:34 EST
In article <1070407849.12502.17.camel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Craig Bradney <cbradney@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
| 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.
At this point I'll sat thanks for all the version numbers, and ask if
you have noted if the DVD burn is using DMA or not. If your system CPU
is very low it clearly is. I haven't checked to see if an audio burn
uses DMA, data CD burn clearly does. That one I can check this weekend,
my 2.6 boxen here have no burners.
| 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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