cdrecord: 'devname' not supported on this OS. Cannot open or use SCSI driver.

01/07/2013 - 15:29 von Heino Tiedemann | Report spam
Tagchen,


da bentze ich seit eh und jeh cdrecord auf FreeBSD und nun auf einmal
das:


Cdrecord-ProDVD-ProBD-Clone 3.01a14 (i386-unknown-freebsd9.1) Copyright (C) 1995-2013 Joerg Schilling
scsidev: 'dvd'
devname: 'dvd'
scsibus: -2 target: -2 lun: -2
cdrecord: Invalid argument. Open by 'devname' not supported on this OS. Cannot open or use SCSI driver.
cdrecord: For possible targets try 'cdrecord -scanbus'.
cdrecord: For possible transport specifiers try 'cdrecord dev=help'


Was mache ich denn bitte falsch?

Die Datei zur konfiguration sieht gut aus - wie immere eigentlich
(untem im Anhang)








cdrecord dev=cdr -eject GEHT NICHT
cdrecord dev=dvd -eject GEHT NICHT

cdrecord dev=1,0,0 -eject GEHT
cdrecord dev=1,1,0 -eject GEHT


Wird dieses feature echt nicht mehr von meinem OS unterstützt? Seit
wann gena nicht mehr?


Heino



#ident @(#)cdrecord.dfl 1.7 08/12/30 Copyr 1998 J. Schilling
#
# This file is /usr/local/etc/cdrecord
# It contains defaults that are used if no command line option
# or environment is present.
#
# The default device, if not specified elswhere
# Note that since Sommer 2006, cdrecord by default searches for a
# single CD-ROM device. You should set CDR_DEVICE= together with
# an entry in the device table below only if you have more than
# one CR-ROM drive in your system.
#
CDR_DEVICE=dvd

#
# The default speed (speed=), if not specified elswhere
#
# Note that newer cdrecord versions do not default
# to speed=1. For MMC compliant drives, the default
# is to write at maximum speed, so it in general does
# not make sense to set up a default speed in /usr/local/etc/cdrecord
#
#CDR_SPEED@

#
# The default FIFO size (fs=), if not specified elswhere
#
#CDR_FIFOSIZEm

#
# The default transfer size (ts=), if not specified elswhere
# The cdrecord default transfer size (currently) is 63k because
# Linux and Solaris have problems with bigger transfer sizes.
# If you are on FreeBSD, it is recommened to set CDR_TRANSFERSIZE6k
#
CDR_TRANSFERSIZE6k

#
# The following definitions allow abstract device names.
# They are used if the device name does not contain the
# the characters ',', ':', '/' and '@'
#
# Unless you have a good reason, use speed == -1 and let
# cdrecord use it's intercal drive specific defaults.
#
# Call cdrecord -scanbus to find the right "device name" for your
# drive. Then set up a list entry with an arbitraty logical name,
# followed by the SCSI device name if the drive. If speed or fifosize
# should stay with the defaults, insert a -1. If you do not need to
# set driveropts, use an empty string. The transfer size entry may be omitted.
# It is recommended to set "burnfree".
#
# The logical device name must be followed by an equal sign, the fields may
# be separated by one or more tab or space.
#
# drive name device speed fifosize driveropts transfersize
#
#my-default= 1,0,0 -1 -1 burnfree 63k
#sol-default= USCSI:1,0,0 -1 -1 burnfree
#ricoh-u= USCSI:0,2,0 -1 -1 burnfree
#teac= 1,3,0 -1 -1 ""
#teac-max-ts= 1,3,0 -1 -1 "" 32k
#panasonic= 1,4,0 -1 -1 ""
#plextor= 1,4,0 -1 -1 ""
#sanyo= 1,4,0 -1 -1 burnfree
#yamaha= 1,5,0 -1 -1 ""
#cdrom= 0,6,0 2 1m ""
#remote= REMOTE:rscsi@somehost:1,0,0 16 16m burnfree
cdr 1,0,0 -1 -1 burnfree
dvd 1,1,0 -1 -1 burnfree
 

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#1 Joerg.Schilling
08/10/2013 - 17:33 | Warnen spam
In article ,
Heino Tiedemann wrote:
Tagchen,


da bentze ich seit eh und jeh cdrecord auf FreeBSD und nun auf einmal
das:


Cdrecord-ProDVD-ProBD-Clone 3.01a14 (i386-unknown-freebsd9.1) Copyright (C) 1995-2013 Joerg Schilling
scsidev: 'dvd'
devname: 'dvd'
scsibus: -2 target: -2 lun: -2
cdrecord: Invalid argument. Open by 'devname' not supported on this OS. Cannot open or use SCSI driver.
cdrecord: For possible targets try 'cdrecord -scanbus'.
cdrecord: For possible transport specifiers try 'cdrecord dev=help'


Was mache ich denn bitte falsch?

Die Datei zur konfiguration sieht gut aus - wie immere eigentlich
(untem im Anhang)


cdrecord dev=cdr -eject GEHT NICHT
cdrecord dev=dvd -eject GEHT NICHT

cdrecord dev=1,0,0 -eject GEHT
cdrecord dev=1,1,0 -eject GEHT


Wird dieses feature echt nicht mehr von meinem OS unterstützt? Seit
wann gena nicht mehr?


Heino



#ident @(#)cdrecord.dfl 1.7 08/12/30 Copyr 1998 J. Schilling
#
# This file is /usr/local/etc/cdrecord



Nun, cdrecord hat noch nie eine Datei "/usr/local/etc/cdrecord" gelesen.

Tu die Datei einfach nach "/etc/default/cdrecord" und es wird auch wieder gehen.

EMail: (home) Jörg Schilling D-13353 Berlin
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(work) Blog: http://schily.blogspot.com/
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