Post by Tomas » Tue, 11 Apr 2000 04:00:00

Hi everybody,
In todays re:s I found an answer about cdrecord 1.8a versus Yamaha-CDrom
I have AIX 4.3.3.x on rs6k 7009-44, above cdrecord version and Plextor
The new command mkcd run via smit didn't even run past mksysb-part; so I
split it:
- run mksysb to a file in a new volume group on external disk (in one smit
- created 2 filesystems to contain cdrom-fs and image-fs
and then run smit-mkcd providing the above information.
I get stuck after
"Running mkisofs ...
 mkrr_fs was successful.
 Making the personal CD image bootable...
 Writing the CD image to device /dev/cd1...
 Running cdrecord ...
 Cdrecord release 1.8a30 Copyright .. J?rg Schilling
 scsidev:  '1,0'
 cmd finished after 0.005s timeout 40s
I could see that the scsi-address was of the external-disk so I switched
got the confirmation from "lsdev -C" and the result was that now cdrecord
was trying
to address a non-existing scsi-device.

this problem. If I'm doing something faulty, then shout it out, PLEASE!

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