:SCSI emulation is the problem. Disable it and I bet it will work.
:IMHO: SCSI emulation is an idea that should have been
:dismissed... The thought of such a beastly module on one of my
:systems is repulsive: It lacks eloquence.
Thanks for the advice - you're right, I disabled it and the scanner
appeared on /proc/scsi/scsi! It completely locks up my machine whenever I
try to use it, but I'm so pleased that I can see it that it seems a
I can't live without my CD writer so I compiled everything with 'scsi'
in it as modules. It turns out that if I load usb-scsi before ide-scsi
then I can get both the scanner and CD writer to appear on different
scsi hosts. However, if I do it the other way around then only the CD
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