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Bug 8098

Summary: two cdroms
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: w_heily
Component: kernelAssignee: Michael K. Johnson <johnsonm>
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Version: 6.0CC: bero, rhw
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Description w_heily 2000-01-01 07:12:46 UTC
the 2 cdroms will not work to gether in linux but work win 95 one of the
cdrom is a 8x and the other is cd-rw 4x/4x/24x cdrom and they will not
work once in the kernal i only just installed the cd-rw it found it but
did not work

Comment 1 Cristian Gafton 2000-01-04 22:27:59 UTC
Assigned to dledford

Comment 2 Bernhard Rosenkraenzer 2000-02-15 16:27:59 UTC
Works without problems here - are you sure you used the right device numbers
and names?

Comment 3 Riley H Williams 2000-02-16 16:15:59 UTC
I have a very similar setup - in my case 24x ATAPI CD-ROM and 4x2x2 ATAPI CD-RW
- and admit that I was puzzled at first with how to get them both set up.

The working hardware setup here that allows me to write to the CD-RW using
cdrecord is as follows:

  hda = Hard drive
  hdb = CD-ROM
  hdc = Zip
  hdd = CD-RW

To get them all working as required, I have to specify in /etc/lilo.conf that
hda and hdb use the standard IDE driver, hdc uses the IDE-Floppy driver and hdd
uses the IDE-SCSI driver. I also need to have all three drivers hard compiled
into the kernel, as otherwise the specifications are ignored.

With this setup, the drives are actually referred to as follows:

       Hardware    Device       Software
       ~~~~~~~~    ~~~~~~~~~    ~~~~~~~~
         hda       Hard disk      hda
         hdb       CD-ROM         hdb
         hdc       Zip-250        hdc
         hdd       CD-RW          sr0         <=== Note this

Note the changed reference for the CD-RW as hdd does NOT work with this setup.