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Re: [opensuse] Still trying to get DVD to work
  • From: Teruel de Campo MD <chusty@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 03 Feb 2007 07:05:01 -0700
  • Message-id: <1170511501.6830.18.camel@xxxxxxxx>
I guess I am the only one running suse 64 among us with dvd burning
problem.
I did not use bugzilla because I though the interaction in this mailing
list produce the same effect :-(
Now I am back into SuSE 10.1 running perfect. I would be willing to buy
a new hard disk and install 10.2 again to try to find this problem,
however I would need some help from any of the people involved with
SuSE. Personally I have not been able to find the problem despite of
almost a month of work. The problem may be obvious but I can not see it.
Whenever I posted messages with the particular problem I got no replies
or a couple of suggestion which I followed with no luck.
I did many clean installation like one without accepting any updates
etc. Go to the dvd and produce the errors. Search for those errors and
find always some thread that other users had with the same problem but
not resolved. Reinstall clean and accept updates the same. Reinstall
accept all updates and upgrade. No luck. Replace wodim. No luck. Run
growerisofs from CLI the same problem. Get a new ide dvdburner. The same
problem. Change the order of the modules no luck. Etc etc.
Well now after installing suse 10.1 all is running perfect.
BTW to avoid any possible error I have been using the retail box of SuSE
10.2 from the box.
In my case the problem must be with growisofs because this is the one
that does not work even from CLI. Of course this is not permissions
here. At leas in one of the installation I was able to burn CD, but not
DVD. I have alwayas been able to watch dvd after installation the
codecs. My problem is burning dvds.
Have a good weekend.

-=terry(Denver)=-
On Sat, 2007-02-03 at 10:26 +0100, Niels Østergaard Kjær wrote:
> Stevens wrote:
> > On Thursday 01 February 2007 22:22, Teruel de Campo MD wrote:
> >> Niels and Fred
> >>
> >> 1. are you running 32 or 64 linux?
> >
> > 32
>
> niels: 32
> >
> >> 2. Which module are you loading Yast/hardware/disk controller
> >>
> > IDE Controller = ASUSTeK 82801DB
> > module = piix
> >
> in Yast hardware information, don't see any line with "IDE Controller"
> or "module = piix"
>
> >> 3. Which hardware do you have in referrence to DVD and HD?
> >>
> > ide1 controller: hard drive master hard drive as slave.
> > ide2 controller: cd/dvd burner as master and hard drive as slave
> > From Yast, Hardware, block devices:
> >
> > IDE1108
> > -bus IDE
> > -Class (spec): CD-ROM
> > -Class: Mass storage device
> > -Device name: /dev/hdc
> > -Device Numbers
> > --Major: 22
> > --Minor: 0
> > --Range: 1
> > --Type: b
> > -Device: IDE1108
> > -Driver: PIIX_IDE
> > -Interface: 3
> > -Model: DVD-RW IDE1108
> > -Vendor: DVD-RW
> > -bus-hdcfg: ide
> > -cdr: yes
> > -dvdr: yes
> > -dev_names
> > --/dev/hdc
> > --/dev/disk/by-path/pci-0000:00:1f.1-ide-1:0
> >
> >
> niels:
> SD-R6252
> bus:ide
> Class(spec):CD-ROM
> Class:MassStorage device
> Device Name./dev/hdc
>
> Device numbers: same as you
>
> Device:SD-R6252
> Driver:AL|15x3_IDE
> interface 3
> model: SD-R6252
> model: don't have instead Old Unique Key:V7We.ZcpHT47wmm2
> bus_hwcfg:ide
> cdr:Yes
> cdrw:Yes
>
> dev_names
> /dev/hdc
> /dev/disk/by-id/ata-SD-R6252__Z39J701690
> /dev/disk/by-path/pci-0000:0010.0-ide-1:0
> /dev/cdrcorder
> /dev/cdrom
> /dev/dvd
> driver module: alim15x3
>
> >> I am wonder what we have in common to reproduce this problem.
>
> As a very optimistic person I hoped that those who have the empty dvd
> recognition by chance had marked some file or program during
> installation of 10.2 that make their dvd just work.
>
> Before this email here, tried the tricks by Russ, but doesn't solve the
> problem here (making a dir dvdrecorder , /media/dvdrecorder and checked
> my version of hal compared to what Russ is using)
>
> Maybe we should go for bugzilla (the bug part of Suse)??
>
> Niels
> >
> > Not much, it seems
>

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