There are a few diffenrencies in those, first of all, redhat is linux, FreeBSD is BSD. The commands can be different in the arguments they take, the hardware support is different, BSD uses slices in partitioning, where linux uses "Tough one.." partitions..
If you're running the regular RedHat kernel you're almost there, in your /etc/lilo.conf make a few changes ie:
And in your /etc/modules.conf make a few changes, ie:
alias scd0 srmod
alias scsi_hostadapter ide-scsi
options ide-cd ignore=hdd
If your burner is /dev/hdd then in your /dev system make a few changes ie:
# rm -f /dev/cdrom && ln -sf /dev/scd0 /dev/cdrom
Reboot and use # cdrecord -scanbus
to see, that theres a new 0,0,0 device which apparently is the burner you now can use.
If it's not a redhat kernel, then you need to build a new one, and enable the scsi emulation, and scsi generic device support.
I dont use warez, what do you need it for?? its linux, the source is with you brotha/sista (what ever)..
I didn't even know he was old enough to be stationed at pearl harbor ?
Who wants to quit ? Just look at ralinx avatar
, even tux get high.. .