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Re: New testing kernel. 2.6.10-1.727_FC3




Douglas Furlong <fedora-lists dark-hill co uk>@redhat.com on 01/06/2005
05:33:00 AM replied:



>----- Message from fhew3 cogeco ca ---Date: Wed, 05 Jan 2005 17:37:22
>
>> Douglas Furlong wrote:
>>
>>> I am still having a problem when trying to use my cd/dvd burner in my
>>> laptop.
>>>
>>> When I put a CD in the drive, and try to access it I get the following
>>> messages in dmesg before what appears to be a fairly solid lockup (but
>>> it could just be the system being tied up for a long time on IO waits).
>>>
>>> hdc: packet command error: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete Error
}
>>> hdc: packet command error: error=0x50
>>> ide: failed opcode was 100
>>> hdc: packet command error: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete Error
}
>>> hdc: packet command error: error=0x50
>>> ide: failed opcode was 100
>>>
>>> I know there is a bugzilla entry for this but for the life of me I
can't
>>> find it.
>>>
>>> I did get some other errors, but the system locked up before I was able
>>> to echo them to a file
>>>
>>
>> Is this CD, a CD you also burned on recently on this machine?
>> If so, do you know if the CD was written correctly?
>> Have you tried this on another machine?
>>
>> These errors are similar, if not related, to my problem that
>> started with kernel 2.6.9, where...
>>
>> I can no longer burn CDs successfully, and
>> when reading them I get that same error.
>>
>> (my Bugzilla # 141884)
>>
>>
>>
>I get these error messages with the majority of CD's that I have tried,
>I would
>get more information if, A) I was told what was needed, B) The system
didn't
>appear to hang on me.
>
>I've tried CD's that have been burnt (and have been used several times to
>install FC on other machines), Audio CD's and application CD's all of them
>result in the same thing happening.
>
>I do not beleive this behaviour was present in I think FC1, but has been
the
>case since FC2.

Then your issue doesn't sound like mine.
I believe those errors are generic 'read' errors,
your question is why are you getting them.

I get mine because ever since kernel 2.6.9 (on both FC2 and FC3),
I can no longer burn CDs... 2.6.8 and earlier works fine.

So because I can't burn CDs (correctly) they are bad when I try to
read them, and hence the/my errors.





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