Quote:>Well, please don't compare commercial unixes with free ones. Because commercial
>unixes have limited
>development teams, so their possibilities are reduced...
I'm not. Because my Creative CD-ROM drive works with Linux under its
ATAPI driver in its current setting, it must be ATAPI compliant. I would
expect SCO operating systems therefore to recognise my device as an
ATAPI compliant CD-ROM drive; if others work, why doesn't mine?
(Perhaps it could be the fact that it is sec. master with no pri. slave
- has anyone else installed OSR 5.0.4 this way?)
BTW: my copy of OSR 5.0.4 is free, but I do see your point; it is
derived from a commercial product.
Quote:>> Is that what your drive is? Is it made by Matsushita, even?
>Nope, I have native Creative CD-ROM
What, so Creative are making their own CD-ROM drives now instead of just
labelling them? Interesting.. what does your BIOS (if ATAPI compliant;
mine is, but can't boot CD-ROM) say about its ID?
My 'Creative' drive claims that it is a 'MATSHITA CR-581' to the BIOS
and OSR v5.0.4. What about yours?
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