JJSCDROM.DMD

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Modified CD-ROM device manager with CD-DA digital readout / multisessioning enhancement developed by Takayuki Suwa (jjsuwa@sys3175.com)

DEVICE=\OS2\BOOT\JJSCDROM.DMD

Parameters:

  • /Q - quiet; displays no messages if not installed
  • /V - verbose; displays CD-ROM unit information
  • /VP - same as /V, with pausing (requires PAUSEONERROR=YES)
  • /R:n - reserves at least n driveletters (driveletter reservation)
  • /S - assigns only 1 driveletter to SCSI-3/MMC / ATAPI changer units
  • /W - treats all WORM devices as CD-ROM; in order to not apply this treatment to specific unit(s), use /U:n /I
  • /U:n - specifies unit number for /Fxy and /I, 0 based
  • /I - ignores unit (no driveletter assignment)
  • /Fxy - enforces CD-DA / CD-XA / multisessioning / UPC treatments; without preceding /U, applies to all units
  • /FC+ - forces "CD-DA readable" flag on
  • /FCS - enforces Sony CDU-561 compatible SCSI CD-DA readout method *
  • /FCT - enforces Toshiba XM-3401 compatible SCSI CD-DA readout method *
  • /FC - same as /FC+ /FCS
  • /FX+ - forces "CD-XA readable" flag on
  • /FXT - enforces Toshiba XM-3401 compatible SCSI CD-XA readout method *
  • /FXS - enforces Sony CDU-561 compatible SCSI CD-XA readout method *
  • /FXN - enforces NEC 84-1 compatible SCSI CD-XA readout method *
  • /FX - same as /FX+ /FXS
  • /FM+ - forces "multisessioning-aware" flag on
  • /FMT - enforces Toshiba XM-3401 compatible SCSI multisessioning method *
  • /FMS - enforces Sony CDU-561 compatible SCSI multisessioning method *
  • /FMC - enforces Chinon CDS-535 compatible SCSI multisessioning method *
  • /FMN - enforces NEC 84-1 compatible SCSI multisessioning method *
  • /FMH - enforces HP C4324 compatible SCSI multisessioning method *
  • /FMX - enforces NEC 46x compatible SCSI multisessioning method *
  • /FM - same as /FM+ /FMS
  • /FUU - marks as "UPC readable" and enforces unpacked raw UPC format *
  • /FUP - marks as "UPC readable" and enforces packed raw UPC format *
  • /FUA - marks as "UPC readable" and enforces ASCII raw UPC format *
  • /FU - same as /FUA
  • /F - same as /FC+ /FCS /FX+ /FXS /FM+ /FMS
  • because SCSI-3/MMC / ATAPI drives can automatically detect and configure their own capabilities, these options are ignored on such drives.
Platform Support:
OS/2 2.x OS/2 3.0 OS/2 4.0 OS/2 4.5x
No Yes Yes Yes