Why not add something like
alias char-block-xxx ide-scsi
postinstall ide-scsi ide-cdrom
to your /etc/modules.conf
Usually does the trick (it's what it's for after all !)
> -----Original Message-----
>> I found it necessary, after setting "hdd=ide-scsi", to add the following
>> modprobe ide-scsi # loads the scsi emulation for hdd and claims to be
> # ignoring hdc
> modprobe ide-cdrom # loads the usual stuff for CDROM use.
>> I found that if I tried to modprobe ide-scsi on the fly, hdc would drop
> of the reckoning and I couldn't mount CD in the CDROM drive.
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