On Friday 15 November 2002 01:01 pm, Oliver Zimmermann wrote:
Just got my new 8.1 running and again there are some probs:
When clicking the CD-ROM icon, KsCD is started "offering" me to play
the CD. But under 8.0 a normal Konqueror poped up and show the
"audiocd:/" content of the CD.
This works only as root and only when typing "audiocd:/" as an URL,
not by clicking the CD-ROM icon.
When typing the "audiocd:/"-URL as a normal user, Konqueror does
nothing. No error-message is given. The user is member of the
Any suggestions what to do? Thanks!
Thanks for posting in both languages here too. I was pretty sure I knew
what you were talking about in your native tongue, but then followed
the message down to see the english. :o)
I believe what you have is a problem with permissions as this was one of
the things I encountered after upgrading to 8.1 also. Check the
permissions on /dev/sg0 or /dev/sg1. If you have just one drive, it
will be sg0 that you need to change and if more, then just change them
both. These deal with your audio part of the cd it seems and need to
be assigned to you as /dev/sr0 or /dev/scd0 for your cd burning
programs. There is no need to make yourself a member of the "disk"
group and from what I understand from the more experienced users, not a
good idea either. If you are doing the ide-scsi thing, then check how
your /dev/cdrom or /dev/cdrecorder is setup. That way, you will know
how to change /dev/sg0 to suit your audio cd needs.
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