Re: cdrecord suddenly doesn't allow burning
On Wed, Aug 06, 2003 at 11:43:14AM +0000, Danilo Raineri wrote:
> Joris Huizer wrote:
> > /usr/bin/cdrecord: Permission denied
> It seems that /usr/bin/cdrecord has been replaced by a script, which calls
> the appropriate executable depending on the kernel version:
> AinSoph:~# cat /usr/bin/cdrecord
> case $VERS in
> exec cdrecord.shm "$@"
> exec cdrecord.mmap "$@"
> You can fiddle with the permissions of cdrecord.*
> On my system, everything works if I chmod +r /usr/bin/cdrecord
Do it the debian way. Add yourself to the cdrom group. /dev/scd0 has
root.cdrom as owner. That will solve the OP's problem.
One Bell System - it sometimes works.