install SCSI over ATAPI for DVD
kayve at sfsu.edu
Wed May 2 15:31:00 UTC 2007
was this supposed to werk
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On Wed, 2 May 2007, Daniel O'Connor wrote:
> On Wednesday 02 May 2007 13:11, KAYVEN RIESE wrote:
>> You have to install SCSI over ATAPI driver. GENERIC kernel does not
>> have one. Only burncd in base system can use acd driver for burning
>> CD/DVD, others do use SCSI cd driver
> kldload atapicam will do this
> in /boot/loader.conf will do it every reboot.
>> include GENERIC
>> ident KAYVEY
>> nocpu I486_CPU
>> nocpu I586_CPU
>> options SMP
>> device atapicam
>> nodevice acd
> This is silly, leave acd there, and you don't need SMP unless you have
> an SMP system (ie it is unrelated to this problem)
>> The new kernel will let you use cd0 device.
>> acd0 is gone for good - update /etc/fstab accordingly.
> I think it's OK to stick with acd0.
> The only time you *need* ATAPICAM is to burn CD/DVDs with something like
> growisofs or cdrecord, or you want to use cdda2wav.
>> i am trying to make my dvd player werk.
> How are you trying to play DVDs?
> You should start by stating the problem you're trying to solve, not have
> it as a rider at the end of your email.
> If you are using xine then you can make a dvd symlink in /dev and do
> xine dvd:/
> If you edit /etc/devfs.conf and make sure it has these 2 lines..
> # Commonly used by many ports
> link acd0 cdrom
> link acd0 dvd
> then run
> /etc/rc.d/devfs restart
> it should do it for you.
> Then DVD playing apps should find your drive OK. If not please give
> actual error messages and fully describe what you're trying.
> Daniel O'Connor software and network engineer
> for Genesis Software - http://www.gsoft.com.au
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