Re: [mu bug] scsi.conf is always reseted.

From: Michele Andreoli (
Date: Mon Dec 06 1999 - 14:57:23 CET

On Mon, Dec 06, 1999 at 02:15:33AM -0200, Vieira Netto nicely wrote:
> Hello World of MuLinux!
> I´m trying to configure my scsi CDR Matsushita CW7502, and now I think
> it is ok, but setup -f scsi ( always replace michele´s original
> conf in /etc. Even editing in setup-f scsi.
> Well, I changed scsi.conf in /setup/cnf, now ok.

Yes, this is not well documented, because documentation relative to
setup in not update.

If you change manually something under control of Setup, you have
to do a:

                # setup -s

After that, "setup scsi" replace scsi.conf with the saved one.

You you, viceversa, change something in /etc, then you "setup scsi",
old file replace the new. Setup can know if something is changed!

> What is the device can I use in cdplay (/dev/sg6?, /dev/sda1?) to play a
> CD in scsi drive???

/dev/scd0 i.e.: scsi-cd -> scd

> I have only 1 scsi Host and this is Id 6.

with cdrecord you have to specify dev=0,6,0.


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