using flash drive changes device /dev/sr0 to /dev/sr1 for mapping to /dev/pktcdvd/0?
Installed udf packet writing to external, USB DVD+RW. Works allright except after using memory stick in the USB hole - it only has one hole (into each life ....) After doing this the drive's device name changes from /dev/sr0 to /dev/sr1, I think.
Since the computer thinks that /dev/pktcdvd/0, the packet writing special device, is mapped to /dev/sr0 package writing no longer works. This can be remedied by re-booting.
Is there a more convenient way of getting package writing back than rebooting. Tried, on the off chance, MAKEDEV; it makes /dev/.static/pckcdvd0, etc..
If the answer has something to do with pktsetup, this does not seem to work - trying 'pktsetup /dev/pktcdvd/0 /dev/sr0' or some variant of this gives ioctl: Inappropriate ioctl for device. When the pktcdvd0 device is created. Thanks any help.