On Tue, Jul 10, 2001 at 06:48:28PM +0100, Paul Jakma wrote:
> you seem to be new to linux, so i'd suggest you start off by reading
> some HOWTO's at linuxdoc.org/HOWTO, eg the SCSI howto, and more
> specifically the section on ATAPI CDROMs:
listen bub, i just figured i'd get a quick blurb from someone that did
the same. i was hoping somone might pop up and say, "ignore the seperate
bus issue, the docs are out of date." sadly, they didn't so i'll have
to bring down the box and move the cables around. probably rebuild the
kernel and up the max_loop parameter at the same time.
plus a quick tip or two on how to get things working would be nice.
i've done it all before with a parallel based cd writer, and that included
the docs, but i was being lazy and hoping a quick recipie for my model
might appear on (thank you liam - and it will be hdc after the reboot).
even "gurus" have simple questions, and i think i've answered enough
simple questions w/o an rtfm answer that i can ask a simple question
without an rtfm answer.
> imagine that, 2 kevin lydas on the same list... ha.
uh-huh. pepper my message with smilies. considering your stubborn
argument with rh init scripts today ("they do things alphabetically,
so now i want to make them work non-alphabetically."), i see the irony
in your message... :)
btw, any tips on defrosting chicken? i want my dinner, but my breasts
are still rock hard...
ps please consider answering the last question if you must respond to
that last sentence...
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