NEC SCSI CD-ROM drive CDR-210 rev. 1.0 is not recognized

NEC SCSI CD-ROM drive CDR-210 rev. 1.0 is not recognized

Post by Hideki Sai » Thu, 28 Sep 1995 04:00:00



Hi, I'm running Linux kernel 1.2.13 on Toshiba Laptop T2400CT, which
has Adaptec AHA-6360 SCSI controler.

It worked fine when I connect it to Apple SCSI CD-ROM drive 300e,
which uses Panasonic/Matushita drive, however, the kernel doesn't
recognize NEC CDR-210. It would be great if any of you know how to get
around. SCSI-Howto saids any CD-ROM drive having 512-2048 block size
should work.... BTW, that NEC drive works under DOS/Windows. I needed
to remove the drivers for Apple CD-ROM drive from config.sys first,
though.

Below, I have attached portions of the boot messages with and without
CD-ROM drive connected.

Thanks in advance,


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WITH NEC CD-ROM

Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor syslogd: restart
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: Kernel logging (proc) started.
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: , QUEUE STATUS:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: issue_SC:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: 0x001d41f0: target=2; lun=0; cmnd=( Test Unit Ready 00 00 00 00 00
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: ); residual=256; buffers=0; phase |not issued|; next=0x00000000
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: current_SC:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: none
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: disconnected_SC:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: waiting: SCSISEQ ( ); SCSISIG ( DATA OUT ); INTSTAT ( hi ); SSTAT ( BUSFREE ); SSTAT ( BUSFREE ); SXFRCTL0 ( CH1 ); SIGNAL ( ); SELID ( fb ), SSTAT2 ( SEMPTY ); SFCNT ( 0 ); FCNT ( 0 ); DMACNTRL0 ( 16BIT PIO WRITE );
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: enabled interrupts ( ENBUSFREE )
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: scsi : aborting command due to timeout : pid 3, scsi0, id 3, lun 0 Test Unit Ready 00 00 00 00 00
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: aha152x: abort(), SCpnt=0x001d41f0, QUEUE STATUS:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: issue_SC:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: 0x001d41f0: target=3; lun=0; cmnd=( Test Unit Ready 00 00 00 00 00
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: ); residual=256; buffers=0; phase |not issued|; next=0x00000000
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: current_SC:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: none
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: disconnected_SC:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: waiting: SCSISEQ ( ); SCSISIG ( DATA OUT ); INTSTAT ( hi ); SSTAT ( BUSFREE ); SSTAT ( BUSFREE ); SXFRCTL0 ( CH1 ); SIGNAL ( ); SELID ( fb ), SSTAT2 ( SEMPTY ); SFCNT ( 0 ); FCNT ( 0 ); DMACNTRL0 ( 16BIT PIO WRITE );
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: enabled interrupts ( ENBUSFREE )
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: scsi : aborting command due to timeout : pid 4, scsi0, id 4, lun 0 Test Unit Ready 00 00 00 00 00
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: aha152x: abort(), SCpnt=0x001d41f0, QUEUE STATUS:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: issue_SC:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: 0x001d41f0: target=4; lun=0; cmnd=( Test Unit Ready 00 00 00 00 00
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: ); residual=256; buffers=0; phase |not issued|; next=0x00000000
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: current_SC:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: none
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: disconnected_SC:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: waiting: SCSISEQ ( ); SCSISIG ( DATA OUT ); INTSTAT ( hi ); SSTAT ( BUSFREE ); SSTAT ( BUSFREE ); SXFRCTL0 ( CH1 ); SIGNAL ( ); SELID ( fb ), SSTAT2 ( SEMPTY ); SFCNT ( 0 ); FCNT ( 0 ); DMACNTRL0 ( 16BIT PIO WRITE );
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: enabled interrupts ( ENBUSFREE )
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: scsi : aborting command due to timeout : pid 5, scsi0, id 5, lun 0 Test Unit Ready 00 00 00 00 00
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: aha152x: abort(), SCpnt=0x001d41f0, QUEUE STATUS:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: issue_SC:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: 0x001d41f0: target=5; lun=0; cmnd=( Test Unit Ready 00 00 00 00 00
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: ); residual=256; buffers=0; phase |not issued|; next=0x00000000
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: current_SC:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: none
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: disconnected_SC:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: waiting: SCSISEQ ( ); SCSISIG ( DATA OUT ); INTSTAT ( hi ); SSTAT ( BUSFREE ); SSTAT ( BUSFREE ); SXFRCTL0 ( CH1 ); SIGNAL ( ); SELID ( fb ), SSTAT2 ( SEMPTY ); SFCNT ( 0 ); FCNT ( 0 ); DMACNTRL0 ( 16BIT PIO WRITE );
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: enabled interrupts ( ENBUSFREE )
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: scsi : aborting command due to timeout : pid 6, scsi0, id 6, lun 0 Test Unit Ready 00 00 00 00 00
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: aha152x: abort(), SCpnt=0x001d41f0, QUEUE STATUS:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: issue_SC:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: 0x001d41f0: target=6; lun=0; cmnd=( Test Unit Ready 00 00 00 00 00
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: ); residual=256; buffers=0; phase |not issued|; next=0x00000000
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: current_SC:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: none
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: disconnected_SC:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel:
Sep 28 02:52:46 sailor kernel: waiting: SCSISEQ ( ); SCSISIG ( DATA OUT ); INTSTAT ( hi ); SSTAT ( BUSFREE ); SSTAT ( BUSFREE ); SXFRCTL0 ( CH1 ); SIGNAL ( ); SELID ( fb ), SSTAT2 ( SEMPTY ); SF<6>Sep 28 02:52:46 kernel: enabled interrupts ( ENBUSFREE )
Sep 28 02:52:47 sailor kernel: scsi : detected total.
Sep 28 02:52:47 sailor kernel: Memory: 23516k/24768k available (648k kernel code, 384k reserved, 220k data)

        << rest of the messages omitted >>

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Without NEC CD-ROM

Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor syslogd: restart
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: Kernel logging (proc) started.
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: Console: colour EGA+ 80x25, 1 virtual console (max 63)
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: Calibrating delay loop.. ok - 25.04 BogoMips
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: Serial driver version 4.11 with no serial options enabled
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: tty00 at 0x03f8 (irq = 4) is a 16450
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: PS/2 auxiliary pointing device detected -- driver installed.
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: hda: TOSHIBA MK1724FCV, 249MB w/128KB Cache, CHS=842/16/38, MaxMult=16
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: ide0: primary interface on irq 14
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: Floppy drive(s): fd0 is 1.44M
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: FDC 0 is a 8272A
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: aha152x: processing commandline: ok
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: detection complete
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: aha152x: ignoring spurious interrupt, nothing to do
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: aha152x: vital data: PORTBASE=0x340, IRQ=11, SCSI ID=7, reconnect=enabled, parity=enabled
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: scsi0 : Adaptec 152x SCSI driver; $Revision: 1.9 $
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: scsi : 1 host.
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: scsi : detected total.
Sep 27 11:12:17 sailor kernel: Memory: 23516k/24768k available (648k kernel code, 384k reserved, 220k data)

        << rest of the messages omitted >>

 
 
 

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