On Friday 14 November 2003 12:53, Rod Person wrote: > On Friday 14 November 2003 06:42 am, It was written: > > Ok... some of this was black talk to me. I just tested cdbakeoven as > > root, and the devices was recognised. So I get the "it's something about > > permission"-part. What I don't get is the "cdrdao"-thing; it's a > > tool/app/ port, right? Don't have it installed. > cdrdao - CDR Disk At Once, the tool that allows you to record the entire cd > at once instead of track by track. I believe that cdbakeoven uses this tool > to detect the records, most of the other KDE recording apps do. I could be > mistaken it been sometime since I used cdbakeoven.
cdrdao isn't a dependency for cdbakeoven nor KDE. > > But what is it I need to change the permission for? Do i need to set > > cdda2wav, cdrecord and cdparanoia to SUID? Or is it some device I need to > > set the r-bit for in dev/? > the user will need to be in the group that has access to the cd burner > device, most likely operator. That group will need rw access to the device. > As for cdrecord and cdparanoia I've not used them so I'm not positive how > they work. The user is a member of both wheel and operator. And the permission for /dev/ cd* is rw for all. But it's still only root that kan get cdbakeoven to recognise the devices. So, I'm still at loss... Bjarne _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"