Subject: What did I foolishly remove from my kernel config...
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: gabriel rosenkoetter <email@example.com>
Date: 11/17/2000 13:59:25
... if I'm getting:
ioctl(cdromreadtochdr): : Operation not supported by device
repeatedly, until I hit ^C every time I start xcdplayer on a machine
that used to work just fine.
(It's a ThinkPad 760ED... no, the regular audio hardware doesn't
work, but playing CDs did before, and it doesn't look like the audio
is the problem.)
I'm not positive that a change in my kernel broke the CD-ROM (I
thought I was done mucking around with the kernel by the time the CD
magically stopped working one day), but I'd really like this not to
be a "whoops, you set the laptop's bag down too hard" kind of thing.
(The CD-ROM can still mount and read ISO-9660 CDs fine. Which means
I could just use my CD-Rs of mp3s. Oh, but my audio hardware isn't
supported, and I don't really have time to fix that right now. Nuts.
~ g r @ eclipsed.net