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If your system has a CD write (CD-R) or read/write (CD-RW) drive that uses an IDE interface, it may have been detected during installation. To support CD-R and CD-RW IDE drives, a kernel module called ide-scsi has to be loaded. The installation process will detect your CD-R or CD-RW and configure your system to automatically load the ide-scsi module. In that case your CD-R or CD-RW drive is ready to use. You can check to see if your CD-R or CD-RW drive was configured correctly by entering the following command. Information about your SCSI drives should be displayed.
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cdrecord -scanbus
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If configured correctly there should be an entry in your /etc/lilo.conf file for an append line that loads the module for your CD-R or CD-RW device. GRUB will add the argument to the command executed from its menu, which you can edit if you want.
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append="hdc=ide-scsi"
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Note SCSI CD-R and CD-RW drives will be automatically configured during the install process. In this case, hdd is the device name for a CD-RW drive. There are four possible IDE devices on standard PCs, corresponding to the four primary and secondary master and slave IDE ports. The device name used in Linux depends on what IDE port you connected your CDROM or CD-R/CD-RW drives to. The primary master IDE port is hda and is usually used for an IDE hard drive. The other IDE ports are usually used for the CD drive. The primary slave IDE port is hdb, the secondary master is hdc (the most common connection), and the secondary slave is hdd. The above example is for a CD-R or CD-RW drive connected to the secondary master IDE port (hdc). Many systems will have both a CD-R or CD-RW drive and a regular CD-ROM drive. If you want to copy CD-ROMs directly from the CD-ROM drive to the CD-RW drive, then you need to configure the CD-ROM drive as a SCSI drive. In the following example, there is an IDE CD-ROM drive on the secondary slave port (hdd). The /etc/lilo.conf append line would have to be modified to include the hdd drive.
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When you restart, your CD-R and CD-RW-as well as CD-ROMs-should be installed as SCSI drives and can be used by CD write software like cdrecord and KreateCD. See the "Installing Software Packages" section later in this chapter for how to download and install KreateCD.
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If the cdrecord -scanbus command still does not display any SCSI drives, then your CD-R or CD-RW drive was not detected and the ide-scsi module was not loaded. In this case, the entries in the /etc/lilo.conf file would be missing. Your CD-RW and CD-R drives are working as simple CD-ROMs, with no CD read/write capabilities. You can try to add this line to your /etc/lilo.conf file and then re-execute LILO with the lilo command (entered at the prompt in a terminal window). You can also manually specify the ide-scsi module as a kernel parameter when your system boots up. GRUB uses this method. At the boot: prompt, enter the following kernel parameter.
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Enter as many CD drive entries as you need. For example, if you need to configure both the CD-ROM and the CD-RW, you could enter:
boot: linux hdx=ide-scsi hdd=ide-scsi
Your CD drives will be configured only until the system is shut down. The next time you boot up, you will have to enter the parameters again if you wish to do CD write tasks. Should this fail, you can manually install the ide-scsi module and change your CD drive device links, as described in 33.
Printer Configuration
As part of the installation procedure for Red Hat Linux, you configured a printer connected to your computer. To change configurations or to add a new printer later, you can use printconf. You can access printconf on the Gnome System menu. The printconf utility enables you to select the appropriate driver for your printer, as well as to set print options such as paper size and print resolutions. You can use printconf to access a printer connected directly to your local computer or to a printer on a remote system on your network (see 33). When you start up printconf, you are presented with a window that lists your installed printers (see Figure 4-4). To add a new printer, click the New button. To edit an installed printer, double-click its entry or select it and click the Edit button. Once you have made your changes, you can click on the Apply button to save your changes and restart the printer daemon. If you have more than one printer on your system, you can make one the default by selecting it and then clicking the Default button. The Delete button will remove a printer configuration.
Figure 4-4: printconf When you select New, a series of dialogs will take you through the process of configuring a printer, starting with entering the printer name and choosing its type (see Figure 4-5). When
you edit a printer, a different dialog is displayed showing four tabbed panels: Name and Aliases, Queue Type, Driver, and Driver Options.
Figure 4-5: printconf printer name On the Queue panel, entries are listed for printer devices with buttons at the bottom for scanning devices, manually setting up devices, and automatically detecting a device's driver. The device is the port to which the printer is connected. For the first three parallel ports, these are lp0, lp1, lp2; for serial ports, these are ttyS0, ttyS1, and ttyS2; and so on (see Figure 46). From a drop-down menu, you can also specify whether the printer is local or remotely connected through a UNIX, Windows (SMB), or NetWare network.
Figure 4-6: printconf printer queues For the driver selection you are presented with an expandable tree of printer types. You first select the manufacturer, such as Cannon or Apple, which then expands to a list of particular printer models (see Figure 4-7). Click yours.
Figure 4-7: printconf printer queues For the options selection, you can specify printer features such as paper size and resolution.
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