As far as I know, it should detect the CD drive automatically. If it
doesn't, edit /etc/lilo.conf, to include append=" hdd=ide-scsi", where hdd
is your cd drive, to your kernel entry. Then load the ide-scsi modules -
Then run cdrecord -scanbus and use cdrecord speed=x -v dev=0,0,0 image.iso
to burn an iso. 0,0,0 being the usual entry for IDE-only systems, cderecord
-scanbus will tell you if the situation is otherwise.
----Original Message Follows----
From: "adam" <adam at iewebs.com>
To: "CLUG" <cork at linux.ie>
Subject: [CLUG] Red Hat 7.1
Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2001 20:10:32 +0100
Finally got a copy of Red Hat 7.1. It ROCKS! :)
Couple of questions, since I only fired it into a partition on this box for
How easy is it to set up CD burning?
I have an external 250MB USB Zip drive, will that be useless to me?
Any problems with using my Palm Vx?
Should I say goodbye to the 5 wonderful channels in my soundcard / speaker
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