Warren Liddell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> escribió:

I was asking you to try k3b because internally it uses these commands to
write. I don't currently have it installed (I am not really a KDE user,
and I write most stuff from the command line anyway) but I think you
probably have a permission problem of some kind.

- Do you have the suid flag on cdrecord and cdrdao?
-rwsrwsrwt   1 root  wheel     406368 Jun 28 21:53 cdrecord
-rwsrwsrwt   1 root  wheel     603920 Jun 24 23:21 cdrdao

- Do you have the fstab line suggested by 'showinfo' ?
fstab has.....
/dev/cd0                /cdrom          cd9660  ro,noauto       0       0

- Do you have the permissions in devfs.conf ?
only things set in there are..
perm xpt0 0666
perm pass0 0666

if you can run cdrecord --scanbus as root, but you do not get the same
result running it as a normal user, you do not have cdrecord installed
as suid root. Then the scan for devices in k3b will probably fail.

i get the same output if i use it from root or user. And i just burnt a DVD
ISO find using the 1st cmnd line u gave.

I haven't been following this thread so I may repeat something or miss something but basically you need to check:

Your running kernel is compiled with the "device atapicam" option because AFAIK k3b only works with scsi.

I have the following lines in this computers /etc/devfs.conf

link  acd0  cdrom
link  acd0  dvd
link  acd0  rdvd
link  acd1  cdrom1
link  acd1  dvd1
link  acd1  rdvd1
link  acd0  cd0
link  acd1  cd1
perm  acd0  0777
perm  acd1  0777
perm  cd0 0777
perm  cd1 0777

Maybe over kill but works great and I, too, was a command line cd burner for years but k3b brought me the light. IMO, it is great.

I am running
although on my laptop amd64 I think I am using cdrtools-devel.

I hope this helps a bit. I haven't found a machine, since I started burning dvd's a couple of years ago that k3b didn't work beautifully.

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