Re: nautilus cd-burner
gary <email@example.com> writes:
> On Mon, 2005-10-31 at 07:57 -0800, Alexandru Cardaniuc wrote:
> > Hi All!
> > I was trying to burn a CD-RW today with Nautilus CD-burner. But I
> >got an error writing to CD-RW.
> > Detailed error output from cdrecord:
> > cdrecord: Operation not permitted. Cannot send SCSI cmd via ioctl
> >SCSI buffer size: 64512 cdrecord: Warning: using inofficial version
> >of libscg (ubuntu-0.8ubuntu1 '@(#)scsitransp.c 1.91 04/06/17
> >Copyright 1988,1995,2000-2004 J. Schilling'). : Operation not
> >permitted Error: Cannot gain SYS_RAWIO capability.Is cdrecord
> >installed SUID root? Linux sg driver version: 3.5.27 Warning: Open by
> >'devname' is unintentional and not supported. scsibus: -2 target: -2
> >lun: -2 devname: '/dev/hdc' scsidev: '/dev/hdc' cdrecord: WARNING:
> >This causes a high risk for buffer underruns. cdrecord: Permission
> >denied. WARNING: Cannot set priority using setpriority(). cdrecord:
> >Operation not permitted. WARNING: Cannot set RR-scheduler cdrecord:
> >If you have unexpected problems, please try Linux-2.4 or Solaris.
> >cdrecord: There are unsettled issues with Linux-2.5 and newer.
> >cdrecord: Warning: Running on Linux-2.6.12-1-amd64-k8 cdrecord:
> >Continuing in 5 seconds... cdrecord: Future versions of cdrecord may
> >have different drive dependent defaults. cdrecord: Asuming -tao mode.
> >cdrecord: No write mode specified.
> > I am running cd-burner as user of course, not as root. Do I have to
> >setup SUID root? If yes, then how? Can somebody give me some
> >pointers? A pointer to some docs?
> Haven't seen anyone answer this today, so I thought I might interject
> a comment = I gave up on nautilus cd-burning and command line burning
> a couple of years ago after discovering k3b. I'd encourage anyone
> having problems with cd burning to give k3b a try. -- gary
I would try k3b, but AFAIK it depends on cdrdao. And cdrdao is not in
debian amd64 repositories. So I thought I would use something else until
cdrdao will be packaged...
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