Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> Dave Phillips wrote:
>> Dave Phillips wrote:
>>> ... the installation fails with an error message that says it can't
>>> find a valid CD drive. The notebook includes a Lightscribe drive that
>>> Ubuntu identifies as /dev/sda, so I assume it's a SCSI (or emulated
>>> SCSI) drive. So, what can I do to force the installer to see the disc
>>> drive ?
>> My bad, sorry. K3B identifies the drive as a TSSTcorp CDDVDW TS-L633L
>> on /dev/scd0.
> Half off topic: E.g. Suse uses modules that call all drives sd, even
> IDEs are called sd and not hd, so sd can be for SCSI, SATA, ATA. I don't
> know how it is for Ubuntu.
This is more a function of the kernel and supporting user space apps
(like udev). So for Ubuntu, it is very similar
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