CD burning has never worked for me with fc2. I suspect something is
set up wrong with scsi emulation, but haven't been able to figure it
+fc2's "CD Creator"-
-I only get a "file image" destination to write to
+So, I installed X-CD-Roast to see if I got better mileage-
-It shows two drives in 'setup':
--one with a 'reader icon' - device id=[1,0,0], vendor=QSI,
Model=DVD/CDRW SBW-081, Rev.=NXC5;
--one with a 'writer icon' - device id=[ATAPI:0,0,0],
vendor=QSI, Model=DVD/CDRW SBW-081, Rev.=NXC5
+If I use the writer I get a warning about using an ATAPI drive (and
some directions to a faq I've not found - see below). If I double
click on either drive, I get warnings about fatal problems.
+If I add a drive manual at /def/hdc, the device isn't found...
From what I can tell I need to set up SCSI emulation (correctly, but
may be not with 2.6 kernel?). I've not found much concise info on
this. Something said to enter the drive manualy (as /dev/hdc);
another thing said to add 'hdc=scsi-ide' to grub.conf; and something
else said to add something to modprobe.conf. I've tried the xcdroast
faq with little info, and the cdrecord website doesn't look very
helpful ('nuff said), and a search of redhat's site doesn't throw up
Can any one help, or point me in a direction where I might find some
help? Happy to file a bug, but not sure it is?