Re: Need help
> I tried "cdrecord -scanbus". But I got the following error message.
> "cdrecord: No such file or directory. Cannot open SCSI driver."
> Can you help me please?
Looks like you stirred up other much older quarrels.
These quarrels are the reason why we got some wealth of
cdrecord compatible programs. Better too many than too few.
You might expect help from Joerg Schilling, the author of
cdrecord, if you use his newest release, from
To my knowledge current is:
(For some reason this address does not work for me currently.
traceroute ends at funnel.fokus.fraunhofer.de )
Proper problem reports are indeed on topic here
but see below for some hints.
cdrkit contains program wodim which stems from cdrecord
and is therefore very very compatible.
Current seems to be
I guess problem reports can be submitted to
My own effort:
cdrskin is the cdrecord compatibility wrapper of libburn
current is (i'm sure)
Bug reports and requests can be mailed to
or submitted at
If you picked the recent release of one of above projects
and then still have the problem: please give some info wether
you were superuser and on what operating system ...
If it is Linux, one reason might be the lack of sg devices.
So the output of this could be interesting:
ls -l /dev/sg[0-9]*
lsmod | grep sg
Have a nice day :)
- Re: Need help
- From: Joerg.Schilling@fokus.fraunhofer.de (Joerg Schilling)
- Need help
- From: "Shim, JaiX K" <firstname.lastname@example.org>