On Tuesday 26 March 2002 17:21, John A. Kinsella wrote:
> As above.
> I have a bog-standard Dell Optiplex GX110 with DVD drive (only use it as a
> CDROM drive)
>> If I buy a CDRW drive from Dell should I expect difficulties in getting
> it to work with Linux. (RH7.0)
I wonder if you can get those Mount Rainier drives yet? Jens Axboe has
recently provided linux support for these (2.5 only atm). I think you
should be ok with reading and writing, it's the rewriting I'm unsure of.
Has anyone got packet writing working on linux yet? I think reading
CDRWs is ok, it's the writing part...
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