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SCSI Emulation: See SCSI. Most (all?) Linux software for CD burning (recording) was designed to use SCSI CD burners. When an IDE burner is used in Linux, another package of software (<later>) is used to make the IDE drive look like a SCSI drive. This is called SCSI emulation.

For this reason, if you run an IDE CD burner under Linux, you will see two devices -- an IDE device and a SCSI device. IIUC, the IDE device is used for reading, the SCSI device is used for burning.


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