> 
> I have never been on a list from which I have received as much help as this 
> one, which raises a question for me. I would like to thank the people who 
> post questions to my answers, such as the fellow below, but don't want to 
> spam people's inboxes and/or the with thank-you notes that may be archived 
> for all time. Do people generally expect a note of thanks?

Well, it is considered a good thing to respond with some information
or statement indicating if and how something was actually successful in
fixing a problem so that that information will get archived.

You could include a brief thank you in that message.

Anyway, considering how much dross and OT rave-ons that get posted
to the list, I can't imagine that anyone would object to a pleasant
thank you now and then.

////jerry

> Oliver
> 
> On Friday 24 March 2006 11:47, Dan Nelson wrote:
> > In the last episode (Mar 24), Oliver Iberien said:
> > > This may be a silly question, but I wanted to make sure:
> > >
> > > I have a SCSI R/W CD-ROM drive and an IDE DVD read-only drive. There
> > > have been times with linux where enabling SCSI emulation made the
> > > actual SCSI drive unavailable to k3b. I just want to make sure that
> > > adding ATAPICAM won't somehow get in the way of the actual SCSI
> > > device. Will it?
> >
> > At worst it may shuffle the device number if the atapi drive gets
> > probed first.
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