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i have installed Red Hat 5.2 on my computer (PII 350 with asus P2Bs motherboard, scsi card(adaptec aic7890 onboard).
I have 2 cdrom. A reader Pioneer 32x scsi and a writer matsushita 4x/8x. Os don't see the cd writer. I don't know why. Any solution??? scsi id and all scsi configuration is ok!
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Are you running a kernel with SCSI support? If so, please paste output from dmesg command.
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Could you also past the contents of /proc/scsi/scsi ?
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iNFaMouS earned 100 total points
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just try to mount /dev/scd0 and otherwise i need more informations to help you...

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as well as scd1, scd2, scd3 if that does not work.. just give it a try...
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