Has anyone gotten the Comp-USA cheapie Aztech CD-ROM to work with the sbpcd
driver? I added one of these to my system as a second drive (supplementing
my Sony) for DOS, but haven't gotten it to work with Linux as yet.
The Aztech (though the sbpcd readme says it is supported) is not recognized
by autopolling, nor when I specifically give the address in sbpcd.h.
Perhaps this has to do with the cheap, polling-only (no IRQ, no DMA) access
method of these lamentable drives?
Ostensibly, the *hardware* supports both DMA and interrupts, but the *gag*
DOS drivers do not implement them. Any suggestions or success stories?
Richard S. Stone Network Engineer
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