> After it sees my CD-RW (acd0) it should then recognize my DVD drive. I > don't know why it doesn't show, as the BIOS sees it, and that DVD-ROM > drives are supported in FreeBSD 4.7. > > I did some playing around with drive configs and found out some > interesting things. I first unplugged the CD-RW and set the DVD-ROM as > master, and FreeBSD recognized it. Then I set my DVD-ROM as master, and > added my CD-RW as slave, and FreeBSD recognized both drives. Then I > decided to config back my drives the way I wanted them (CD-RW master, > DVD-ROM slave), and test them in another OS. Oddly enough, Linux > recognized both drives, but when I booted into FreeBSD only the CD-RW > was recognized. I also tried a different cable and I still have the same > problem.
If I were you, I'd just leave it whatever way works. What difference does it make which is slave and which is master as long as they both work. Ken To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-questions" in the body of the message