Subject: Re: cdrecord error
To: Raymond Meyer <email@example.com>
From: Joseph A. Dacuma <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/23/2007 14:21:28
Hi Mr. Meyer!
> ultra10# cdrecord -v dev=15,0,0 blank=fast
> Anyone knows what's going on here? This is sparc64 so /dev/cd0c is the
Have you tried using /dev/cd0a? For i386 and AMD64, as far as i can
recall, /dev/cd0d doesn't work as "d" being the entire disk. I just
thought of using "a" then since thats the way to mount using floppy. By
using /dev/cd0a it works for me and never fails :).