Well, I think it's safe to assume that if it's an 8x drive, then it's also
a 7x, 6x, etc... If you are testing, then getting the max and subtracting
one to run the tests is simple enough. Is there a reason why the device
would want to report every speed and not just the maximums?
>>> in my application I need to detect supported read speeds of cdrom drive,
>>> and current read speed. I did not find ioctl for that (selecting speed
>>> works, but how to ask drive for this information). Is there some way to
>>> do it ? I don't mean trying different speeds and measure bytes/time :-).
>> cat /proc/sys/dev/cdrom/info
> Hmm, this shows only max speed, but I would like to check every possible
> read speed (lower speeds).
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