Pierre Sellamastique <mugre1975 <at> yahoo.com> writes:
> Hi everyone
> I seem to be having a problem no one had before.
Guess not :)
> I'm running the latest version of whiite on my wii, with a Fluxbox desktop,
and this last few days I've been
> trying to workaround DVD playback capability using xine-ui and an external USB
DVD recorder (Samsung),
> which seems to be SCSI.
> Anyway, I know by now that I should create a link that makes /dev/scd0 point
to /dev/dvd to make it work, the
> problem is I can't mount the USB device.
> I've been reading lots of forums and by now I think the problem is: there's no
ide-scsi module on my
> distribution, I couldn't find it, and furthermore there's no reference to it
in my /etc/modules.conf
> file, plus when I run "modprobe ide-scsi" the system confirms there's no such
> My question: Is there a way to get that module? Or any other way to mount the
DVD disc on my USB device?
Try building a kernel with CONFIG_BLK_DEV_SR=y.
The stock gc-linux kernel comes without support for "normal" optical drives.
> I'm kinda of a newbie in linux trying to learn as fast as I can so try to put
up with me