Quoting Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com>:
> Quoting Michael Armbrecht (marmbrecht at eircom.net):
>> > ...you have to be root to run cdrecord...
>> ...until the day you discover the chgrp or sudo commands.
>> > I think that in the CD writing area, on the Linux side lots of bugs
> > have to be stomped on.
>> On available evidence, the cause of your hard hang lay in the ATAPI SCSI
> emulation layer. Which, of course, can be eliminated by using hardware
> that doesn't need it. Just a thought.
So does *anyone* know a piece of software (or is anyone familiar with the IOCTLs!)
needed to reset a SCSI device? I draw the line, um, "short" of sticking a
needle in the ribbon cable.
All the permissions and sudo stuff doesn't help a bit if the drive is, um, stuffed.
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