[svlug] CD copying
sanat at stanford.edu
Fri Jun 20 12:53:54 PDT 2003
I am trying to copy audio CDs on the fly.
I have two drives, one CD-R (/dev/hdc) and the other CD-RW (/dev/hdd).
Lilo passes hdd=ide-scsi at boot time, so that the CD-RW is seen as a
SCSI-device with id 0,0,0.
Now I can copy discs by making images and then writing the image onto
the blank. What I should like to do is copy `on-the-fly', that is, put
the disc to be copied in the CD-R, the blank and CD-RW and then use a
single command line to copy.
Trouble is that cdrdao seems to want the source drive to be scsi as
well, so that:
cdrdao copy --source-device /dev/cdrom --device 0,0,0 --driver
Using libscg version 'andreas-0.5-UNIXWARE_Patch'
0,0,0: ARTEC WRR-4848 Rev: 1.00
Using driver: Generic SCSI-3/MMC - Version 2.0 (options 0x0000)
ERROR: /dev/cdrom: Need a filename that resolves to a SCSI device.
ERROR: Cannot open SCSI device '/dev/cdrom': Cannot open '/dev/cdrom'
ERROR: Please use option '--device bus,id,lun', e.g. --device 0,6,0
ERROR: Cannot setup source device /dev/cdrom.
Is there a way around this? Or must I pass hdc=ide-scsi at boot time?
Sanatan Rai, | EMail: sanat at stanford.edu
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