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HP 7200e CD-Writer under Red Hat Linux 6.1

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Hello all,
 I have a HP8100i Hewlett Packard cd-writer running nicely under linux, however I have a friend with the older HP 7200e Hewlett Packard writer which connect by the paralel port. What modules do I need to load to make it work with the cdrecord software I am used to using.

Thanks in advance,
Nicholas Waltham
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You need:
"ppa module", "generic scsi", "cd-scsi and that's it.
If i'm not mistaken kernel sources documentation talks about this.
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