[oclug] kerneld or kmod
bbarnett at l8r.net
bbarnett at l8r.net
Fri Feb 9 17:34:34 EST 2001
Hmm... worked like a charm here. Have you tried it with everything compiled in
the kernel (scsi emulation, etc?)
That's how I run.... 2.4.x, btw
On 09-Feb-2001 chaos wrote:
> That's been done already with no positive results.
> bbarnett at l8r.net wrote:
>> On 03-Feb-2001 chaos wrote:
>> > This subject has been discussed here but I don't seem to find a
>> > resolution, although it appears very simple after reading the CD-Writing
>> > How-to. So I made the necessary changes to various files like
>> > /etc/conf.modules, /etc/lilo.conf, /etc/rc.d/rc.modules and I checked to
>> > see if scsi emulation and support is enabled in the kernel or as a
>> > module. But still cdrecord -scanbus still complains that it cannot find
>> > the scsi driver.
>> > My question is how do I make sure that kerneld or kmod are doing their
>> > job properly. I am loading the sound and my NIC driver as modules, and I
>> > don't see why the ide-scsi is not loaded. I can do that in the rc.local
>> > but why this discrimination?
>> > My configuration:
>> > hda = IDE hard drive
>> > hdb = CD-Rom
>> > hdc = IDE hard drive
>> > hdd = CDRW which works fine in windows and it also worked fine in linux
>> > until I made the necessary changes so I can burn CDs and now I cannot
>> > mount the device anymore.
>> > I am running RedHat 6.2 without any customization. I just dumped the
>> > whole distribution on the hard drive. It's not the best approach but it
>> > does the job for me and I don't have to worry about looking for
>> > libraries that I didn't install or resolve dependencies that I was not
>> > aware about it.
>> > I've been looking through documentation over the net but is all based
>> > more or less on the CD Writting How-to.
>> > Any help will me much appreciated,
>> Well, I don't use modules, so I can't help you there. However, you HAVE to
>> address the IDE writer BEFORE it gets detected otherwise, or used. Type at
>> lilo prompt :
>> Or, add it in you lilo config, and run lilo after :
>> Otherwise, the kernel will see it as IDE, and you can't use it as scsi
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