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panasonic cr-532-b? no scsi detected

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I'm trying to get linux v. 2.0 to recognize my panasonic cdrom (cr-532-b) on aha152x scsi device but I get the old '0=scsi detected'. I have tried entering the scsi adaptor info at boot-time, in lilo.conf, and I have tried recompiling the kernel for sbpcd (cdrom lights flash at 0x340 and 0x220 but in the end, no detection).
No HOWTO I've read refers specifically to this cdrom - is it not supported? If supported, any hot tips on getting it mounted?
Thanks!
Felmon
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What kind of controller does this CD-ROM drive use?
Is it plugged into a adaptec aha152x SCSI controller or is
it plugged into a Sound Blaser.  I looked at panasonics
home page for you and they do not say what kind of interface
the drive is (IDE vs SCSI), so I kind of need this information
to help you out, however just install the appropriate support.
(If its IDE just make sure you have IDE disk support and ISO9660
compiled into the kernel;  if its SCSI make sure you have the correct SCSI controller, SCSI CD-ROM support, and ISO9660 fs support compiled into your kernel).
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