RE: Burning CD-ROMs as user
i do have an RTFM problem, to little time is the definition
From: Martin Albert [mailto:MartinAlbert@gmx.net]
Sent: Thursday, February 15, 2001 5:59 PM
To: Joris Lambrecht
Subject: Re: Burning CD-ROMs as user
On Thursday 15 February 2001 13:07, Joris Lambrecht wrote:
> if it's a good idea to let all users use it, why not just change the
> execute permission to world permissions ?
> Also, i took a look at gcombust (yuck) and couldn't find a way to
> burn 12x cdrom's does anyone have any advice on this, i'm even
> thinking about commerial software right now, burning cd's seems (like
> browsers) rather rudimentary.
It seems you have a RTFM problem?
Do sth. against it or spend the $$ to have somebody else do it for you.
Having setup your /etc/defaults accordingly, there could be nothing
easier than 'cdrecord isofile'. Knowing how to use your Desktop-env.
you might even have that as an icon or sth. But unitl you find the
right item to click, i'm halfway through with burning :)
man cdrecord is all you need.
btw. cdrecord can not gain real-time privileges when started by a user.
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