Re: more on cd writing
Thanks everyone who advised on cd writing. That
the X server problem from root, so that I was able to
setup and use xcdroast for copying and creating CDs.
Now regarding the associated module management, I have
the following situation:
1. After booting up I can use xcdroast after I
load the module ide-scsi with modprobe. Everything
else needed gets loaded automatically. Then, if
I want to mount and read a cdrom I can do it, but
only aftet unloading ide-scsi.
2. The other way around, if I mount a cdrom before
using xcdroast, then I can not use xcdroast, even
unloading modules associated with cdrom such as
What is the best way to be able to use both cdrom
to read a cd and xcdroast for cd writing?
Thanks for any suggestions.
--- Vincent Bernat <email@example.com> wrote:
> OoO En ce milieu de nuit étoilée du vendredi 12
> juillet 2002, vers
> 04:13, Hubert Chan <firstname.lastname@example.org> disait:
> > solution: there are many.
> > - use xauth: as root "xauth merge $(USER'S
> HOME)/.Xauthority" (or
> > something like that). This gives root the
> correct "magic cookie",
> > which it uses to authenticate itself to the X
> A similar one :
> rm ~/.Xauthority
> ln -s ~user/.Xauthority ~/.Xauthority
> #ifdef STUPIDLY_TRUST_BROKEN_PCMD_ENA_BIT
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