anyone have xcdroast working with fedora core 3?
i was able to use xcdroast before with redhat v9 but now that i just installed fedora core 3 it's giving me this error:
No CD-Writer or CD-ROM device detected.
For ATAPI/IDE devices under Linux you have to enable
SCSI-Emulation in the kernel in order to activate them.
i've spent a few hours already on searching google & LQ for this, and will continue slogging my way throught the myriad of posts on the subject, however, if anyone knows the solution to this problem it would save me a lot of time and i would be greatly appreciative.
so far, i've tried setting the kernel option hdc=ide-scs to enable scsi emulation which makes the drive /dev/scd0 instead of /dev/hdc. i've tried to enter both into xcdroast setup (manually add device option), neither works.
i don't know if i have to do the insmods (from the faq)
/sbin/insmod ide-scsi; /sbin/insmod sg
i tried that and got:
nsmod: can't read 'ide-scsi': No such file or directory
insmod: can't read 'sg': No such file or directory
i did a locate on ide-scsi and got:
there's also a sg.ko in that directory, but i don't know what this means. how can i tell if the scsi modules are loaded?