Jazz 16-bit Sound and Mitsumi CD-ROM Install Problem

Jazz 16-bit Sound and Mitsumi CD-ROM Install Problem

Post by PMWhitn » Sun, 20 Nov 1994 09:40:24



I have a GATEWAY 2000 486DX250 with a Jazz 16-bit sound card (SB16
"compatible") and cannot seem to install the YGGDRASIL Plug 'n Play LINUX.
 I can get to the boot: part but after that the CD-ROM seems to lock up
and the program says it cannot find NEC IDE CDROM.  Also the runlinux.bat
does not seem to work either.  Is their a specific MSCEX.EXE file or
version required for this to work?  Please help.  Anxiously waiting to
move up to the next level in OS.
 
 
 

Jazz 16-bit Sound and Mitsumi CD-ROM Install Problem

Post by Sven Gol » Wed, 23 Nov 1994 01:18:23


: I have a GATEWAY 2000 486DX250 with a Jazz 16-bit sound card (SB16
: "compatible") and cannot seem to install the YGGDRASIL Plug 'n Play LINUX.
First i think the Jazz 16 is aka ProSonic 16 and is SB Pro
compatible, not SB16 ! Next the CDROM interface on this card
is for Panasonic drives. Examine your hardware setup.

Sven

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Jazz 16-bit Sound and Mitsumi CD-ROM Install Problem

Post by Juan Carlos Le » Sat, 17 Dec 1994 01:29:01




>: I have a GATEWAY 2000 486DX250 with a Jazz 16-bit sound card (SB16
>: "compatible") and cannot seem to install the YGGDRASIL Plug 'n Play LINUX.
>First i think the Jazz 16 is aka ProSonic 16 and is SB Pro
>compatible, not SB16 ! Next the CDROM interface on this card
>is for Panasonic drives. Examine your hardware setup.

The Jazz16 is indeed SB PRO compatible, it's a different model than the
ProSonic16.  Believe it or not, the Jazz16 has a SCSI interface.  I don't have
details, I just happen to know the card.

Then also note that the poster talked about the IDE CDROM, so he's not using
the CDROM interface on the soundcard.  Be sure to use the lastest kernel which
support IDE cdroms.

Juan

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1. Jazz-16 and CD-ROM Install problem, please help - linup [01/01]

My experience:

I just purchased the MediaVision MV-2200 kit and have only been using it two
days, but have had no problems thus far.  This kit contains the Pro Audio
Spectrum 16 and a Sanyo CDR-254S (4X SCSI CD-ROM).   I installed the hardware
using the factory default options.  I used the latest version of the
"scsinet2" files from the latest slackware version off (if I recall correctly)
of "ftp.ECE.Concordia.CA"    The rev stamp at system startup is:
    Linux 1.2.3 #1 Mon Apr 3  15:08:36 CDT
I basically did a "vanilla" install.  The hardest problem was determining
which device driver to use since I also have an Always IN2000 SCSI controller
with a Micropolis 1.7G drive attached. I am now able to again access and use
my Infomagic Linux (3) CD-ROM developers kit (Dec 1994) (hope to get the
newest release soon).  The mount command I use is:
    mount -t iso9660 -r /dev/scd0 /cdrom
The /etc/fstab has an entry:
    /dev/scd1  /cdrom  iso9660  ro
I have attached an extract from my system starup log file in case the info
therein will help.


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