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HP CDRW

Has anybody got a HP CDRW 7200I ide controled cdwriter
to work on linux?
and if so what config did you use?
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bones030898
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pongleCommented:
have you looked at the CD-Writing HowTo and the CDROm HowTo at
http://metalab.unc.edu/LDP/HOWTO/CD-Writing-HOWTO.html
and
http://metalab.unc.edu/LDP/HOWTO/CDROM-HOWTO.html
??
Those will probably have some usful information.
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bones030898Author Commented:
Kool will look there
thanx
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bones030898Author Commented:
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_HAL_Commented:
I have a HP 7200e and I use to cdrecord. Can you try cdrecord???
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_HAL_Commented:
I have a HP 7200e and I use to cdrecord. Can you try cdrecord???
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acidiaCommented:
Get tcl/tix/tix_new and dependency pacgcaces, and then CD-ROAST package. Compile your kernel with SCSI General support and SCSI disk support and you can burn CD's. The main point is to get the SCSI Emulation work properly, and the GENERIC for SCSI, you have to have that to get the burning work.
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