Alan Cox writes....
> > I suspect libsvga is doing some bad magic (though why on earth it
> > would mess with my SCSI subsystem is quite beyond me). I think I need
> > to configure libsvga, but I'm not sure how (/etc/vgalib?) or else I
> > need to recompile libsvga with some debug info enabled...
> It is libsvga. Use X instead
I went back and re-tested this issue: Getting SCSI errors from
interaction between playing CDs and backing up to SCSI tape.
I rebooted the system after the original errors and re-did the
dump backup of 12 GB of files while play music and doing other
things with the CDROM. No SCSI errors occurred.
Conclusion; the SCSI errors resulted from something that the
libsvga did while I played ldoom on the console. I guess I
will have to play Doom under X-windows in the future. I do
not play very many CDs under Linux. Selections that I like
I convert to MP3 for playing from the hard disk.
-- William M. Perkins E-mail - email@example.com The Greenwood UNIX Systems Administration Reston, Virginia (Solaris, Linux, HP-UX)
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