[paranoia-dev] Trouble whith a VERY hard-to-read CD causes kernel errors
rik at kde.org
Thu Sep 5 13:47:35 PDT 2002
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#if Peter Jones
> The basic starting point for cases like this is to use ide-scsi
> instead of ide-cd . The SCSI interface gives cdparanoia a much more
> verbose interface to work with.
> In fact, really you should be using SCSI emulation for any use of
> cdparanoia. It's just better.
> I don't know if it'll actually help in this case, but it might.
Never heard this advice before. Is there some technical info I can
look at which lends weight ? I don't want to start advising people
to use ide-scsi without reasons to back up the claim that it's
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