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k3b and cdrecord/cdrdao problem


I installed k3b 0.9-4 and all dependencies seemed to be ok. setting up k3b 
works fine as well, it recognized my writer and cdredord and cdrdao but when 
starting k3b i get the error message:

Unable to find cdrecord executable
K3b uses cdrecord to actually write cds. Without cdrecord K3b won't be able to 
properly initialize the writing devices.
Solution: Install the cdrtools package which contains cdrecord.
Unable to find cdrdao executable
K3b uses cdrdao to actually write cds. Without cdrdao you won't be able to 
copy cds, write cue/bin images, write CD-TEXT, and write audio cds 
Solution: Install the cdrdao package.

I looked for it and both are installed. 
baliola@diomedea:~$ dpkg -s cdrecord
Package: cdrecord
Status: install ok installed
Priority: extra
Section: otherosfs
Installed-Size: 1528
Maintainer: Joerg Jaspert <joerg@debian.org>
Source: cdrtools
Version: 4:2.0+a19-1
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.3.2-1), debconf, makedev (>= 2.3.1-24)
Recommends: mkisofs
Suggests: xcdroast
Conflicts: xcdroast (<< 0.98+0alpha14-5)
 /etc/default/cdrecord 0bcdd41f5d7c6419d524b234701d18f0
 /etc/default/rscsi eff315991af0911ae8c96b9500c1714f
Description: A command line CD writing tool
 cdrecord allows you to create CDs on a CD recorder.
 It supports writing data, audio, mixed, multi-session, and CD+
 discs, on just about every type of CD recorder out there.

baliola@diomedea:~$ dpkg -s cdrdao
Package: cdrdao
Status: install ok installed
Priority: extra
Section: otherosfs
Installed-Size: 788
Maintainer: Andrew Suffield <asuffield@debian.org>
Version: 1:1.1.7-3
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.3.1-1), libgcc1 (>= 1:3.3-0pre9), libstdc++5 (>= 
Suggests: gcdmaster
Description: Disk-At-Once (DAO) recording of audio and data CD-Rs/CD-RWs
 cdrdao records audio or data CD-Rs in disk-at-once (DAO) mode based
 on a textual description of the CD contents (toc-file).
 Recording in disk-at-once mode writes the complete disc,
 i.e. lead-in, one or more tracks and lead-out, in a single step. The
 commonly used track-at-once (TAO) mode writes each track
 independently which requires link blocks between two tracks.
 Among others, cdrdao can handle the bin/cue format commonly used for
 VCDs or disks with subchannel data.

BTW running testing/unstable

any idea how to solve that, thanks Martin

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