On Thu, 2003-11-20 at 14:35, Charles Swiger wrote:Double-check what's going on with your devices, what does "camcontrol devlist" give you? Maybe try using "/dev/cd0c" rather than "/dev/acd0c"?
Here's what camcontrol had to say: # camcontrol devlist -v scbus-1 on xpt0 bus 0: < > at scbus-1 target -1 lun -1 (xpt0)
I'm guessing there should be something there between the < >.
More than that, you should see an entry like:
<NEC CD-ROM DRIVE:465 1.03> at scbus0 target 5 lun 0 (pass2,cd0)
...mentioning the CD/DVD device; the entry for xpt0 is simply the driver interface itself, not a reference to a particular device.
I don't have a cd0 entry in /dev so trying growisofs with it give this: :-( unable to open("/dev/cd0c",O_RDONLY): No such file or directory Also dmesg show this line: acd0: DVD-R <Memorex DVD+/-RW Dual-X1> at ata1-master PIO4 which pretty much shows that the drive is being recognized and put at acd0
Right, but the acd device ['man 4 acd'] and the cd device ['man 4 cd'] are not the same-- that's what the CAM subsystem is for, to provide passthrough emulation for ATAPI devices so that you can send SCSI commands to them. The "burncd" program works with ATAPI devices directly; the programs with dvd+rw-tools need CAM.
Hmm, also you should be configuring your device to enable UltraDMA modes rather than PIO; try a "sysctl hw.ata.atapi_dma=1", or equivalent in /etc/sysctl.conf or /boot/loader.conf.
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