IDE CD Burner

I've got an IDE CD burner. It's configured, working as a CD-ROM drive, ok... I just need to know what's the command I have to launch to burn the .iso file I've got. I know that cdrecord should be a choice, but I don't know the parameter for IDE drives, just for SCSI.

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j2Commented:
for starters you need to set up SCSI emulation for your device. Then you use the same commands on the device.

http://www.linux.no/biblioteket/HOWTO/CD-Writing-HOWTO-1.html Has good info, chapter 2 tells you all you need.
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j2Commented:
Gah, that was meant as an answer.

for starters you need to set up SCSI emulation for your device. Then you use the same commands on the device.

http://www.linux.no/biblioteket/HOWTO/CD-Writing-HOWTO-1.html Has good info, chapter 2 tells you all you need.
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EatEmAndSmileAuthor Commented:
Sorry, not what I expected. I've heard SCSI emulation is deprecated now. ATAPI devices can already understand the SCSI protocol.
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j2Commented:
Nope, they cannot. They still need an aspi abstraction layer.
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j2Commented:
the phrase is "The ATAPI devices can understand the SCSI protocol, after it is converted trough the scsi abstraction layer"
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EatEmAndSmileAuthor Commented:
Ok, unfortunatelly I had to burn those CDs really quick so I used another machine with Slackware 4.0 and a SCSI burner.

 Thanks anyway, place an answer and I'll give you the points.
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j2Commented:
just click "accept comment as answer"
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