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Re: [tlug] CD Writers
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- Subject: Re: [tlug] CD Writers
- From: "Eric O. Flores" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2002 13:01:40 +0900
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Thank you all for helping me with the CD-Writer. Got it working! My primary issues was passing the wrong information to the kernel on Grub. Once corrected from everything else felt in place. Incorrect parameter: Kernel command line: ro root=/dev/hda2 hdb=ide-scsi Corrected to reflect the correct setting hdd. $B7nMKF|(B 04 3$B7n(B 2002 13:30$B!"(BJim Breen $B$5$s$O=q$-$^$7$?(B: > [Josh Glover (Re: [tlug] CD Writers) writes:] > > >> From: Shimpei Yamashita <firstname.lastname@example.org> > >> > >> > Eric O. Flores wrote: > >> > > I need to make my cd-r/w able to write images to cd, currently it is > >> > > working as a normal cd-rom under linux.redhat 7.2. > >> > > >> > Burning CD-Rs have nothing to do with fstab. Check out the CD Writing > >> > HOWTO in your distribution, or read the man pages for mkisofs(8) and > >> > cdrecord(1). > >> > >> You may even have to compile a new kernel, as I do not think (tashika > >> ni) that the 2.4.7-10 kernel that comes with RH7.2 has SCSI emulation > >> built in, something that you will need if you have an IDE burner. > > My office system came with a Sony CD burner. I was able to burn CDs OK > with out-of-the-box RH7.1 No new kernel or anything. > > AFAICR it was just a matter of running mkisofs then cdrecord. > > Jim
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