Re: [PARPORT] HP7200 with cdrdao

From: Joerg Schilling (
Date: Tue Dec 12 2000 - 05:54:37 EST

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    >From Mon Dec 11 21:23:46 2000

    > Question... I compiled up cdrdao (Debian w/2.0.36 kernel) and I have
    >an HP 7200 parallel port cd writer. I've been writing cd's for a while
    >using cdrecord (patched for pg) so I know that this all works, but
    >whenever I try to use cdrdao and specify the device as /dev/pg0, the
    >system just hangs there until I CTRL-C. So my guess is that cdrdao needs
    >to be patched similarly to cdrecord in order to work with my burner.
    >Anyway, I guess what I'm wondering is if anybody knows if such a patch
    >exists, or should I tackle this problem another way? I know it's a small
    >thing, but being a music freak, the 2 second pauses between tracks
    >really annoys me.

    Cdrecord has never been patched to work with your drive.

    Cdrdao should not need any patch too. Note that cdrdao is not up to date
    with libscg.

    Jörg (home) Jörg Schilling D-13353 Berlin
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