Desmond Chapman wrote:
I'm still stuck on the command line for this one. How do I give the user
permissions and allow an application such as k3b to access the device? Any and
all links to howtos or your own method is welcome.
Thank you in advance.
I have the following in my /etc/devfs.conf file:
own cd0 root:operator
perm cd0 0660
This makes the cd device owned by root / operator, and the permissions
are set so that everyone in the operators group can read and write the
device. If you change it to perm cd0 0666, everyone will be able to read
and write (depending on your setup, this may have security
implications). Do not forget to perform /etc/rc.d/devfs restart if you
change the above file.
You will need to load the atapicam module into the kernel if you wish to
use utilities like cdrecord and k3b. This will make your atapi CD to be
handled as a SCSI device. Use something like:
and add: atapicam_load="YES" in your /boot/loader.conf so that it also
loads on your next boot. You can also build atapicam into your kernel if
you don't want to use the module. The CD will then be handled using a
cdX device, i.e. cd0, while the atapicd is usually acd0
Finally, for instructions on setting up k3b, go to
/usr/ports/sysutils/k3b directory and type:
This will tell you most that you need to know on setting up k3b
(including some of the info mentioned above).
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