hope this helps
> > Hi,
> > Is there such a thing? I have a version of X-CDRoast but it says you must
> > have both a SCSI cd-r and a SCSI Hard drive. Am I missing something?
> > I have a Memorex CRW-1622. Has anyne had any luck setting this up in LInux?
> > Thanks
> > Mark
> If you find out let me know too.. I have a BTC ATAPI CD-RW drive.. And I too
> have tryed X-CDRoast with no luck.. I have heard that you can emulate SCSI
> drives but haven't seen anything..
I'm now successfully using my Sony CDU-55E CDROM drive (an ATAPI drive)
from Linux. I'm using 1.1.75 plus the ide/ide-cd patch by Mike Lord and
Scott Snyder. I understand that this code is now part of 1.1.76. Cool!
This means that just about all my stuff is now supported by "standard Linux".
There are some rough edges. As mentioned in the README.ide file in
/usr/src/linux/drivers/block, the mount command for the cdrom must be
just right; if a block size other than 2048 is used (or block size
isn't specified, weird errors result). I initially thought this meant
it didn't quite work. However, given the exact commands mentioned in
ln -sf /dev/hdc /dev/cdrom
mount /dev/cdrom /cd -t iso9660 -o ro,block=2048
I am now successfully reading CDROMs.
Some folks mentioned that they got the older NEC-260 driver to work
provided they'd booted DOS first and used LOADLIN; I'm booting from
LILO and everything works fine.
Note that this drive isn't mentioned in the README.ide file. Anyone
documenting this, please add the Sony 55E to the list of drives it
Thanks to all who sent me mail, and especially to Scott Snyder for writing
Phone: +1 415 694 1729