On Mon, 2002-12-09 at 04:27, Miguel Moura wrote:
> I have the same "HP CD-R+ 7200e", i have Redhat Linux 8.0.., and i am
> thinking on using my recorder as a backup.
> We need to load
> pg ??
> epat ??
> and what about burning software ??
> Any help will be apreciated. ;-))
Well, I've managed to successfully burn a music (cdda) cd by manually
typing in a toc-file and using cdrdao from the commandline. I'm getting
the feeling that most of the error messages I'm getting when I try using
GUI burning apps is because they are passing the wrong parameters to the
Anyway, you need to load paride, epat, and pg, in that order. As far as
burning software, I've tried KOnCD and XCDRoast for burning a cdda (both
gave me errors, that's why I used CLI cdrdao), KOnCD let me burn an ISO
but it had gaps in it and was useless. I will experiment with another
ISO soon and let you know. When I have time I'm going to try hacking at
KOnCD and see if I can get it to pass the right options and work with
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> Subject: [PARPORT] HP CD-R+ 7200e, trouble with bad writes and lockups
> I am using the pg/epat combo to access this parallel port interface
> cd-r, and had the following problems:
> Using the EPP mode for the parallel port causes the OS to hang
> completely when pg is loaded. The drive starts up and does it's little
> init dance, but the system is frozen. After a while, the CPU fan turns
> on, so perhaps something is processing, but the lockup seems permanent.
> Not using the EPP mode (using bi-directional) allows the pg driver to
> load, but when I tried writing an iso, I made a coaster, even though I
> went at 1x speed (you can see a couple of gaps on the cd).
> I'm using RedHat 7.3 on an NEC Versa LX, P II 366.
> Any help would be appreciated.
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