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hey guys, I'm having trouble finding a sound blaster/panasonic proprietary cd-rom driver to install redhat 8.0 on (yes, this is quite an old computer). Is there anywhere I can find ...
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    sbpcd driver for redhat 8.0 installation


    hey guys,
    I'm having trouble finding a sound blaster/panasonic proprietary cd-rom driver to install redhat 8.0 on (yes, this is quite an old computer). Is there anywhere I can find a driver disk with the sbpcd driver on it? Thanks.
    Josh

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    That drive should be supported by the kernel's ATAPI IDE driver.

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    when I get to the "choose cd-rom type" screen in the installation, the only option is gives me is SCSI. There is another disk image with additional drivers, but I believe they are all SCSI also.

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