"In this article we will cover the tricky topic of CD
burning in Linux. We will target the Red Hat v6.2 distribution in
this article, but the basic concepts should work on other
distributions. Before we get started you should have a compatible
SCSI card or IDE CD-R device installed, and ready to go. Let's
"To start burning CD's you need a couple of drivers loaded into
the kernel. The drivers needed depend on if you are using a IDE or
SCSI CD-R drive. Below I have listed what drivers are needed for
each driver type."
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