lee at uk.freebsd.org
Sat Aug 12 16:55:33 BST 2000
Hi Paul, I think your best bet is going for a SCSI CD-R, IDE drives are
(or were when I last looked) lacking support under FreeBSD.
On Fri, Aug 11, 2000 at 04:19:16PM +0100, Paul.Newman at pgen.com wrote:
> Can someone recommend a compatible, good, cheap CD-R drive? This is only for the
> odd ISO-image writing exercise and for occasional backup and storing MP3s etc.
> so bearing this in mind should I be interested in write speed? Should I be
> bothered about SCSI/IDE? are ISO images ever >650MB (should I get one that can
> write 700MB CD-Rs?
> Finally, should I just assume dabs are the cheapest place?
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