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Old 15 October 2006, 17:46   #1
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IDE CDROM. How to mount under CWB

Hello friends, just installed classic workbech on one of my stock a1200 miggies and is awesome the eyecandy it has and the less chip it consumes, and also the software it has bundled with it, simply i'm more then satisfied.
The main problem i have is that i want to mount my ide cdrom, but couldn't figure how to do it under cwb. Are only scsi drives supported trough cwb, or also ide drives too?.
Please help!
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Old 15 October 2006, 18:12   #2
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Kickstart IDE driver does not recognise CD-ROM drives. You need IDEfix or something like that.

Or if you prefer the short answer: yes, only SCSI drives are supported by ClassicWB (out of the box).
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Old 15 October 2006, 18:20   #3
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Thanks Thomas for the reply. Problem solved as i now type this: just using the atapi.device from idefix.
Thanks anyway!
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