From: Vincent Cunniffe (vincent at domain beacon.ie)
Date: Mon 24 May 1999 - 10:16:15 IST
>anyone out there got a parrallel CD burner to work with x-cd-roast?
nope, only used a SCSI one.
>i read up on paride, compiled the modules and insmod-ed them. So the
>system now sees the burner (HP 7200+ CD-R) on /dev/pg0
>After that though i'm stumped as to how to get x-cd-roast to notice it.
Is it possible to get SCSI emulation to emulate SCSI with a parallel
IDE device? It was originally designed to make normal IDE devices
to appear as SCSI for interfaces that would only talk SCSI, but I'm
not sure if it's been extended to parallel IDE stuff.
If it's possible, then you will be able to emulate a SCSI device with
your parallel IDE burner, and it will show up as a SCSI CD in the
selection list on X-CD.
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