I've been unsuccessful at trying to get Linux to work with my CD-ROM
drive. The SCSI adapter is my Pro Audio Spectrum 16 sound card attatched
to an internal Chinon 535 CD-ROM drive. This setup works fine under
MS-DOS and OS/2. I've experimented with pl14 and pl15 kernels with no
success. It always hangs at the same point:
scsi0: Pro Audio Spectrum-16 SCSI
scsi: 1 hosts.
Vendor: CHINON Model: CD-ROM CDS-535 Rev: Q14
Type: CD-ROM ANSI SCSI revision: 02
Detected SCSI CD-ROM sr0 at scsi0, id0, lun0
scsi0: resetting for second half of retries
scsi0: warning: SCSI command probably completed successfully before abortion
It hangs at this point, forcing me to switch back to a non-SCSI kernel.
The frusterating part is that it does detect the PAS16 SCSI adapter AND
the Chinon CD-ROM!
Anyone have the same (or even similar) configuration?
Thanks in advance.
John Bush [Washington, DC]