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The following example shows how two IDE CD drives are specified at the Linux boot prompt.
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For the /etc/lilo.conf file, you assign these parameters to an append command in the image segment for the Linux kernel. The append command is assigned a string listing the parameters for that kernel image. Be sure to enclose the string in double quotes. The following example shows the kernel paramater that configures the hdc IDE drive to emulate a SCSI drive, enabling it to operate as a CD-R or CD-RW drive. Arguments like this are used by GRUB in its grub.conf file.
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For two IDE CD drives, you would use both parameters in the same string.
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Be sure to execute the lilo command to effect the changes you make to /etc/lilo.conf.
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If you are not using LILO or, for some reason, do not want to modify the /etc/lilo.conf file, you can instead configure the /etc/modules.conf file to load and implement the SCSI emulation for your IDE CD drives. This involves entering several module configuration commands in the /etc/modules.conf file. When your system starts up, it will load the modules as specified in that file. Initially, your IDE CD drives will be recognized and configured as IDE CD-ROMs by the ide-cd module. You will need to specify options for the ide-cd module to ignore the IDE CDR and CD-RW drives, as well as any CD-ROM drives you want to use in CD Writing applications. You do this with the options command and the ignore option. The following example instructs ide-cd to ignore an IDE CD-R that has been installed as an IDE CD-ROM at /dev/hdc, the secondary IDE master.
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options ide-cd ignore=hdc
You then have to enter alias commands to identify the scd SCSI drives as using the SCSI CD module, sr_mod. The following example aliases the /dev/scd0 device as using the sr_mod SCSI CD module.
alias scd0 sr_mod
There are also several pre-install commands that will load the ide-scsi module and that provide the SCSI emulation, as well as govern the sequence in which SCSI (sg and sr_mod) an IDE CD (ide-cd) modules are loaded.
pre-install sg modprobe ide-scsi # load ide-scsi before sg pre-install sr_mod modprobe ide-scsi # load ide-scsi before sr_mod pre-install ide-scsi modprobe ide-cd # load ide-cd before ide-scsi
The following example shows the lines to add to the /etc/modules.conf file to have two IDE CD drives (hdc and hddd) emulate SCSI CD drives (scd0 and scd1). Notice the double quotes around the ide-cd options on the first line.
options ide-cd "ignore=hdc ignore=hdd" alias scd0 sr_mod
alias scd1 sr_mod pre-install sg modprobe ide-scsi pre-install sr_mod modprobe ide-scsi pre-install ide-scsi modprobe ide-cd
Once you have installed your SCSI emulation, you should check that your IDE drives are being recognized as SCSI drives. To do this, you run the cdrecord program with the -scanbus option. The following example shows two IDE CD drives now emulating SCSI CD drives. One is a Plextor IDE CD-RW drive (scd0) and the other is a Toshiba DVD-ROM drive (scd1).
# cdrecord -scanbus Cdrecord 1.9 (i686-pc-linux-gnu) Copyright (C) 1995-2000 J rg Schilling Linux sg driver version: 3.1.17 Using libscg version 'schily-0.1' scsibus0: 0,0,0 0) 'PLEXTOR ' 'CD-R PX-W1210A' '1.02' Removable CD-ROM 0,1,0 1) 'TOSHIBA ' 'DVD-ROM SD-M1402' '1010' Removable CD-ROM 0,2,0 2) * 0,3,0 3) * 0,4,0 4) * 0,5,0 5) * 0,6,0 6) * 0,7,0 7) *
You then need to change the device links for any IDE CD drives already installed. Your Linux CD Writing software and your /etc/fstab entries are designed to reference /etc/cdrom links. Originally these were set up to link to your IDE device files, such as /dev/hdc. You now have to change them to reference the SCSI CD device files, like /dev/scd0. For example, if you have two IDE CD drives, then you will have two device links called /etc/cdrom and /etc/cdrom1. If both IDE CD drives are now emulating SCSI drives, you have to change both the cdrom and cdrom1 links. You can place these rm and ln commands in the /etc/rc.d/rc.local file to have them automatically implemented when your system starts up. 1. First, erase the IDE CD-ROM links in the /dev directory. These are currently pointing to the IDE CD-ROM devices like hdc or hdb.
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