On Sunday 05 December 2004 03:31, patheve2 wrote:
I am using k3b v0.11.12-4 which is an update of the original version
SuSE 9.1. The kernel is the last one for SuSE 9.2 : 2.6.8-24.5. This
distro runs on an Asus laptop L5D
with a DVD/CD burner made by Toshiba. This is a SD-R6112 burner :
and CD-RW. k3b seems to have a curious behaviour : the device "Toshiba
SD-R6112" is well recognized for erasing a burned DVD-RW and it is not
for erasing a burned CD-RW when k3b is used by a user account. All is
the root account. In the /dev, there are two symbolic links :
/dev/dvdrecorder -> /dev/hdb
and /dev/cdrecorder -> /dev/hdb. The group for /dev/hdb is disk. With ou
user account put in the group disk, the problem is the same. With an
older version (0.10) of
k3b with SuSE 9.0 AMD64, all is good. If someone can find the origin of
this problem .....
funny error, indeed!
Sorry, no solution, but a question: Is there a special reason for you to use
k3b v0.11.12-4 and not the current version k3b-0.11.17?
Before trying to fix k3b v0.11.12 it might make sense to upgrade first, and
see if the error is not fixed in the meantime. Then I would run k3b-setup
(not in the SuSE version) to let it set the permissions correctly.
You seem to be using 9.2 now, there is a k3b RPM on packman for suse92-x86_64