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Distribution: Slackware/win xp soon to be LFS/win xp
K3b says that I need to turn on SCSI emulation?
I don't get why but when I run k3b it says I need to turn on SCSI emulation yet I am sure that I have it on.
And I used to not get this message when I used the last version of k3b.
Please forgive me but I have forgotten what to pass to the kernel to do this.
So please tell me what I must pass to my kernel to enable this?
the people who didn't say anything after... 49 minutes??!?! what are you talking about?
none of the frequent fliers on this site appear to think they're anything special. those people tend to quickly drift of to black websites where they all have silly little avatars and other pointless junk.
i think your referring to them people on linux channels on irc that call everyone n00bs that ask a question....i have never ever seen it done here and i don't think i expect to in the future...everyone is always giving a helping hand...i just think you have a bad case of impatients cause like acid_kewpie said, you only had to wait 49mins..