CD-R/CD-RW (HP CD-Writer+ 7570i)

CD-R/CD-RW (HP CD-Writer+ 7570i)

Post by Philip Nelso » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00



I've just become the "proud" owner of the above CD writer (IDE/ATAPI).

I'm setting up the build for the new kernel to support it.

I've followed the instructions in the CD-Writing HOWTO, and have one
question.

What (if any) low level SCSI adaptors should I select ?

TIA

Phil Nelson

 
 
 

CD-R/CD-RW (HP CD-Writer+ 7570i)

Post by Peter Berc » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00


Hi,

Quote:>>>>> "Philip" == Philip Nelson <pandpATibm.net> writes:

    Philip> I've just become the "proud" owner of the above CD writer
    Philip> (IDE/ATAPI).  I'm setting up the build for the new kernel
    Philip> to support it.

    Philip> I've followed the instructions in the CD-Writing HOWTO,
    Philip> and have one question.

    Philip> What (if any) low level SCSI adaptors should I select ?

I have the same HP Writer, and use RedHat 6.0 (kernel 2.2.5-15). All I
had to do was add

append="hdc=ide-scsi"

to my /etc/lilo.conf file, and restart (note that my writer is on hdc,
or the first device on the second IDE interface). I did not recompile
the kernel.

After a restart I can do:


and then:


Cdrecord release 1.8a24 Copyright (C) 1995-1999 J?rg Schilling
scsibus0:
                  0) 'HP      ' 'CD-Writer+ 7500 ' '1.0a' Removable CD-ROM
                  1) *
                  2) *
                  3) *
                  4) *
                  5) *
                  6) *
                  7) *

So that seems to work. I burned my first cdrom yesterday with
cdrecord, and had no problems.

You may have to do an "insmod sg" as well maybe.

I am confused about the CD-Writing HOWTO though...is that just very
out of date?

HTH,
-peter

 
 
 

CD-R/CD-RW (HP CD-Writer+ 7570i)

Post by Thomas Zaj » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00



> I've just become the "proud" owner of the above CD writer (IDE/ATAPI).
> I'm setting up the build for the new kernel to support it.
> I've followed the instructions in the CD-Writing HOWTO, and have one
> question.
> What (if any) low level SCSI adaptors should I select ?

        ^^^^^^

HTH,
Thomas
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