Hello! I'm currently preparing to buy a PC system (486, of course). I
know that there are Linux drivers for SCSI CD-ROM drives, but I was kind
of hoping not to have to shell out another $300 for an Adaptec adapter.
So, I think I've seen this question a few other times in this news group,
but I've never seen an answer: are there any Linux drivers for IDE CD-ROM
drives? If there aren't, there was another way I was thinking of weasling
out of buying a stand-alone SCSI adapter: I also want to get a sound card,
and I know that the PAS-16 can be bought with a SCSI adapter. Would this
work with Linux?
Thanks alot for any responses.
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