hey thanks for the link I'll patch it when I have a chance! :)
On Thu, 2002-10-24 at 10:47, Padraig Brady wrote:
> Colin Nevin wrote:
> > ah that's pretty cool, so old Linus is still getting his hands dirty
> > then! So I'll just update my kernel if I need fast ripping then, though
> > isn't 2.5.x (odd numbered) kernels a development release?
> > C.
> > On Thu, 2002-10-24 at 08:59, Padraig Brady wrote:
> >>Colin Nevin wrote:
> >>>I'm running a SCSI system though the CDROM is still a IDE device I
> >>>think? hdparm doesn't work unless your talking ide so, any other way to
> >>>flick on DMA / check it?
> >>>Cd is not scratched either.
> >>Note 2.5.44-ac1 has CD DMA and 2.5.44 removes the need for ide-scsi
>> Err I wouldn't try the 2.5 yet so.
> Here's a patch against 2.4.19rc1:
>http://lwn.net/Articles/4859/> mjc is bringing it along for 2.4:
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