Again, I'm sorry for this not being the right list, but please bare with
I was recently doing some searching on Google and ran across:
Both claiming that the Panasonic CDROM 56* series is directly supported
under Linux, if so how do I syntax the sbpcd= command on the installer?
Any help on this inappropriate question would be absolutely appreciated.
And anyone here know of a way to recompile the kernel in DOS or Windows
3.1 to allow me to incorporate a newer sbpcd driver? This guy claims his
new driver is better than that of the included. Or how do I see that
driver in the Linux installer?
Again, I have the information that the CDROM is on BASE IO 0X310, and I
don't know the IRQ. I have tried many combinations to only show with
many reboots from a machine that hangs in the process of trying to see
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