On Mon, 2007-02-05 at 18:53 -0800, Charles Schaum wrote: > Kudos to the GNOME FreeBSD team for continuing > improvements. > > Problem: Hal no longer recognizes all vfat partitions. > Two vfat partitions at ad0s1 and ad1s2 exist. Only > ad0s1 now appears. > > CD burning now proceeds better via Nautilus. Before > portsnap / portmaster that failed altogether. Now CD-R > burning succeeds, whilst CD-RW burning can still hang > the machine altogether. Gnomebaker, however, has > worked consistently. > > Once burned, if not ejected, the CD is not recognized > any more in the burning drive and in the auxiliary > drive. Mac OS X can, however, recognize the CD. > > Indeed after burning a CD and closing the dialog > (without ejecting) no CD or DVD of any kind was > recognized any more, nor was any console error output > generated. The devices simply ceased to communicate.
Without the output of lshal, there is nothing we can do. Also be aware that CD burning uses cdrecord and/or growisofs for the underlying work. If those commands do not work on your system, then n-c-b won't work. n-c-b just uses HAL to detect burners and which media is in them. Joe -- PGP Key : http://www.marcuscom.com/pgp.asc
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