Re: cdparanoia & cdrom as user
On Fri, 2002-10-11 at 15:14, Hubert Chan wrote:
> You get the same error when you run it as root? I thought you said it
> worked as root.
Sorry, I misread that, had a hard day. As root I get
Checking /dev/cdrom for cdrom...
Testing /dev/cdrom for cooked ioctl() interface
/dev/scd0 is not a cooked ioctl CDROM.
Testing /dev/cdrom for SCSI interface
generic device: /dev/sg1
ioctl device: /dev/scd0
Found an accessible SCSI CDROM drive.
Looking at revision of the SG interface in use...
SG interface version 3.1.24; OK.
CDROM model sensed sensed: CD-R/RW RW7060S 1.20
Checking for SCSI emulation...
Drive is SCSI
Checking for MMC style command set...
Drive is MMC style
DMA scatter/gather table entries: 127
table entry size: 32768 bytes
maximum theoretical transfer: 1769 sectors
Setting default read size to 13 sectors (30576 bytes).
> Dale> I realize now the reason I can mount a data cdrom is that fstab
> Dale> has option of user for /dev/cdrom. When I changed it to defaults
> Dale> I could not mount it. ...
> That is normal. Only root is allowed to mount filesystems, unless the
> user option is specified in fstab. See the mount man page.
OK I learned something today. So all I should need to read audio cd is
permission. Groups seem OK and they are world readable also.