Subject: CD-Writer interface (was Re: Real time scheduling in the kernel)
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Guenther Grau <email@example.com>
Date: 03/13/1996 20:43:02
> Jordan mentioned to me that when he masters CDROM's (using their "worm(4)"
> interface), he uses 'rtprio'.... Maybe start there?
Hmm. while we are at it. Linux presents an interface, through which a
userland program can send SCSI-commands to the SCSI-devices. The cdwrite
program uses this raw scsi-interface to access the cd-writer. Do we have
sth like this in NetBSD as well? If not, is it desirable? If not, why
not? :-) I'd love to use my CD-writer under NetBSD. Which would be the
best way to go about it?
Thanx in advance for your replies,