This seems to make sense because I get the exact same problem with
rythmbox. However, why does xcdroast not have this problem? It goes
through ide-scsi too. When you say "turn off" ide-scsi do you mean take
hdb=ide-scsi out of the boot command line?
Ben Steeves wrote:
On Thu, 2003-12-11 at 18:32, Brian Anderson wrote:
Does anyone have any ideas what might be going on? The cd writer has
the ide-scsi driver on top of it. I tried playing with the DMA setting,
but it is set to 'on' and will not turn off using hdparm.
I've found that grip doesn't play nice with ide-scsi. If I turn it off,
Grip "just works", if I turn it on, it "just don't".