Gary Kline wrote:
I wrote K3b how to
IFF k3b works, and I think it might, I'll put up a howto
on my bsd virtual site. Make this domain more useful.
The help from this group has been outstanding, but getting things
CD and DVD actually working has been a study in persseverancce.
That said, first,if there is a website for total dweebs, please
post it; or send it privately. I just bought some "Memorex
DVD+RW" ; I want to record a 117 minute commercial DVD.
On the back on the DVDs is says these are only good for 60 minutes
in great qualty; it is good up to 120 minutes, and so on.
Nutshell: how good will k3b and my Pioneer burner do on dubbing
this professioally recorded disc? Also, Does thw "RW" mean tthat
I can re-tape over this with another edu DVD?
PS: I much prefer analogue cassettes; I've been taping stuff
since I taped "American Bandstand" off the TV :-)
but you will need little bit of Serbian language to read it.
Actually probably you could follow article even if you do not speak
Serbian as the language is generic and there are only three important
steps you need to do.
Step 1 Editing your /boot/loader.conf file with
since FreeBSD is using atapicam device to write DVD
Step 2 Edit your /etc/devfs.conf with various permission. Most of those
are needed for a work station anyway
perm /dev/acd0 0666
perm /dev/cd0 0666
# Commonly used by many ports
link cd0 cdrom
link cd0 dvd
link cd0 rdvd
link acd0 cdrom
link acd0 dvd
link acd0 rdvd
# Misc other devices
perm cdrom 0666
perm dvd 0666
perm rdvd 0666
perm xpt0 0666
perm pass0 0666
Step 3 Edit your /etc/fstab file if you want to use K3b as a normal user
since the disk has to be mounted on the mount point which belong to you
[pedja@ /usr/home/Pedja]$ more /etc/fstab
#These are my options
/dev/cd0 /usr/home/Pedja/mnt/cdrom cd9660 rw, noauto 0 0
/dev/acd0 /usr/home/Pedja/mnt/cdrom cd9660 rw, noauto 0 0
You do not need HAL for things to work but is not going to heart.
make showinfo /usr/ports/sysutils/k3b
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