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Old 07-01-2005, 11:58 PM   #1
Blackthorns.Legacy
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Thumbs down Hardware Change


I installed a new CDROM on IDE0 and moved my burner to IDE1, heres what it looks like...

Before :
HDD 20gig IDE-0 Master
CD-RW N/A IDE-0 Slave
None N/A IDE-1 Master
None N/A IDE-1 Slave

After :
HDD 20gig IDE-0 Master
CD-ROM N/A IDE-0 Slave
CD-RW N/A IDE-1 Master
None N/A IDE-1 Slave

My bios can read and boot off eather disk, but I don't know how to access the disk drive. "/dev/cdrom" doesn't seem to be anything,
Code:
bash-3.00$ lsdev
Device            DMA   IRQ  I/O Ports
------------------------------------------------
AudioPCI                  5 
cascade             4     2 
dma                          0080-008f
dma1                         0000-001f
dma2                         00c0-00df
Ensoniq                      dc00-dc3f   dc00-dc3f
eth0                     11 
fpu                          00f0-00ff
ide0                     14  01f0-01f7 03f6-03f6   c000-c007
ide1                     15  0170-0177 0376-0376   c008-c00f
keyboard                  1  0060-006f
Linksys                      e000-e0ff
Mouse                    12 
parport0                     0378-037a 037b-037f
PCI                          0cf8-0cff
pic1                         0020-003f
pic2                         00a0-00bf
rtc                       8  0070-007f
serial                       02f8-02ff 03f8-03ff
timer                     0  0040-005f
tulip                          e000-e0ff
US                           e400-e43f
usb-uhci                  9    c400-c41f   c800-c81f
vesafb                       03c0-03df
VIA                          5000-500f 6000-607f c000-c00f c400-c41f c800-c81f
So how can I find out what names Linux has assigned my two CDROMs?
 
Old 07-02-2005, 12:16 AM   #2
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'dmesg | grep -i cd' should show you relevant information.

By the way, I would avoid placing optical drives and hard drives on the same ide channel when possible: optical drives run at ATA/33, forcing the whole bus down to ATA/33. But that's not related to your original question, just an observation.
 
  


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