I'm trying to install Linux from the InfoMagic CD-ROM distribution, When
I boot with the disks made from the program on the CD, Linux seems to
recognize both the card and the ROM drive with the following:
Pro Audio Spectrum 16 SCSI
SCSI: 1 hosts.
Vendor: Toshiba model: CD-ROM XM-3601TA REV:0265
Type: CD-ROM ANSI SCSI revision: 02
scsi: detected total
However, when I run the installation program and select to install from
CD-ROM, SCSI, it says it is unable to access the CD-ROM, abort, retry,
ignore. retrying does nothing. I also can't seem to read the drive at
the prompt, I'm assuming that it has been mounted as /cdrom ??
The controller built into the PAS is a trantor, and I can find no way to
tell what IRQ it is using, or to change it, but the card and drive work
perfectly in Dos, OS/2, and Windows.
Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.