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ARCH LINUX WODIM CANNOT OPEN SCSI DRIVER
Restarting network does not help.
Restarting syslog does not help. Inserting the compact flash card works fine. But when removing it the computer locks with a kernel panic. Should have been more clear: Groups: disk wheel games network audio optical storage scanner power users adbusers Yes, on systemd aren't we all, now?
Login manager is LXDM. As nobody from the linux kernel folks did ever contact me related to the sg driver, it is obvious that not supporting sg is a bug.
Of course, sg has problems and I talk about them since a long time. Unfortunately, there does not seem to be any interest from the Linux Kernel folks to fix the problems. I would expect that people who like to fix problems in this area first contact me for a list of problems and fix proposals.
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For possible targets try 'wodim --devices' or 'wodim -scanbus'. When creating a disc with both audio and data tracks, the data should be on track 1 otherwise you should create a CDplus disk which is a multi-session disk with the first session containing the audio tracks and the following session containing the data track. Many operating systems are not able to arch linux wodim cannot open scsi more than a single data track, or need special software to do so.
Some of them will force you to power cycle the device or to reboot the machine. When using cdrecord with the Linux SCSI generic driveryou should note that cdrecord uses a layer, that tries to emulate the functionality of the scg driver on top of the drives of the local operating system.
Cdrecord for that reason cannot report failing SCSI commands in some situations. Cdrecord cannot tell you if there is a DMA residual count. Cdrecord cannot tell you if device transfers no sense data at all. The text after the first colon gives the error text for the system call from the view of the kernel.
The next words contain a arch linux wodim cannot open scsi description for the SCSI command that fails. The rest of the line tells you if there were any problems for the transport of the command over the SCSI bus. The second line prints the SCSI command descriptor block for the failed command. The third line gives information on the SCSI status code returned by the command, if the transport of the command succeeds. This is error information from the SCSI device.
The fourth line is a hex dump of the auto request sense information for the command. The fifth line is the error text for the sense key if available, fol- lowed by the segment number which is only valid if the command was a copy command. If the error message is not directly related to the cur- rent command, the text deferred error is appended.
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The sixth line is the error text for the sense code and the sense qual- ifier if available. If the type of the device is known, the sense data is decoded from tables in scsierrs.
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The text is followed by the error value for a field replaceable unit. The seventh line prints the block number that is related to the failed command and text for several error flags.wodim -scanbus wodim: No such file or directory. Cannot open SCSI driver!
For possible targets try 'wodim --devices' or 'wodim -scanbus'. Software I've tried includes xfburn, brasero, k3b, and cdrecord from cdrkit. I'd have been Cannot open SCSI driver! For possible targets try.