Duke of URL: Burning Ring O' Fire: CD Recording - The Ins and Outs on LinuxAug 05, 2000, 21:06 (10 Talkback[s])
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"If you're anything like me, you like to use your Linux machine for everything. Games, productivity, music, and sometimes even recording, or as the geek-savvy crowd calls it, burning CDs."
"When switching from Windows to Linux, there are a few things you have to know-especially about your CD recorder. Firstly, is it IDE or SCSI? You better hope it's the latter of the two. Why? Simply because Linux users a large amount of SCSI emulation to do all your CD recording work."
"Did you just spend all that money on a brand-new 12x CD recorder only to find out it's IDE? Never fear, there is still hope for you-let's just hope you're hardware-savvy (which is unfortunately not the case for many IDE users), or willing to tweak a few configuration files."
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