Here is the fix to this problem.
As root, run "MAKEDEV sg"
This will recreate the sg devices.
Worked for me under Debian 3.0
> I fail to use cdrdao, please help.
> here is my command:
> cdrdao copy --device 1,1,0 --driver
> --source-device 1,0,0
> --source-driver generic-mmc
> --on-the-fly --simulate
> --speed 8 -v 3 --eject
> and i saw this:
> ERROR: Cannot open SCSI device '1,1,0':
> Cannot open '/dev/sg0'
> ERROR: Please use option '--device
> bus,id,lun', e.g. --device 0,6,0
> ERROR: Cannot setup device 1,1,0.
> how to solve this problem?
> I have a cdrom at /dev/scd0(/dev/hdc)
> and a cd-writer at /dev/scd1(/dev/hdd)
> with ide-scsi emulator.
> This work well on x-cd-roast.
> The parameters 1,0,0 and 1,1,0 and given
> by cdrecord -scanbus.
> Is that "Cannot open
> '/dev/sg0'" the problem?
> Should I try to make a link to /dev/sg0
> (/dev/scd0 -> /dev/sg0)?