LFS image directory structure
ghovs at plex.nl
ghovs at plex.nl
Fri Jun 23 04:52:33 PDT 2000
I actually have it working as compiled into the kernel, without insmod,
just the append line.
(and that's a 2.2.15 kernel! argh...security bug!)
Peter de Freitas
"Kuylman, Hugo" wrote:
> Hi Joe,
> I have an IDE CD-ROM burner in my Linux box. I'm using cdrecord with kisocd
> as a frontend (not set up to do audio yet). All I had to do was recompile my
> kernel to support SCSI emulation as a module, rename my burner as /dev/scd0
> (its' actually /dev/hdc), edit /etc/fstab and add the insmod command in one
> of the startup scripts to load the IDE-SCSI module when I have to restart
> the machine. You also have to add an "append" line to LILO:
> append= "/dev/hdc=ide-scsi"
> is what I had to add to mine. You must also make sure that the IDE CDROM
> support is a module and not built into the kernel. The "append" line will
> keep the IDE module from grabbing the CD burner if the IDE CDROM support is
> a module, but not if it is part of the kernel.
> There is also an IDE burner in my WindozeNT machine at work and I just
> happen to be using Adaptec Easy CD Creator there. My NT box hasn't had any
> trouble reading the directories of ISO CDs that I have created with the
> Linux box and visa versa. In fact, all of my Linux distros were created on
> the NT machine.
> You use the word "image" and I'm not sure what you mean exactly. All of the
> Linux distros I have recorded at work were ISO images I downloaded from the
> 'net but the CDs I have created at home were always just a collection of
> I suggest you block out some time and read the CD recording howto at a
> leasurely pace. It actually has all of the information necessary but
> interpreting the instructions can be difficult at times. Unfortunately when
> someone is creating directions in English and English is their second
> language it can become quite a puzzle.
> Hugo Kuylman
> Aloha, Oregon USA
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joe Weidenbach [mailto:weidenba at mnic.net]
> Sent: Thursday, June 22, 2000 6:11 AM
> To: lfs-discuss at linuxfromscratch.org
> Subject: Re: LFS image directory structure
> The question is this: Do you need to have a SCSI CD-R to burn CDs in linux?
> The howtos make me believe that is the case. If so, is there any way to
> the iso-9960 image readable by adaptec? If not, what utilities, if any,
> support IDE CDR's?
> Any ideas appreciated.
> Joe Weidenbach
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