The 03.08.31 at 17:17, Maura Edeweiss Monville wrote:
I have to use "su" to gain the superuser rights ...
then I start it and .......
Ah... then, it will probably not work.
Ok, the procedure is this. Either login as root, or type "sux" (or "sux
-") at a terminal as user, to gain root access - "su" will not work, as
you need access to X.
If you installed xcdroast from suse 8.2 CDs, with the required
dependencies (yast should do it automatically), it should work right away.
If you are using suse 8.1, perhaps you will need to jump through some
You need to configure it ("setup" button); and, to be able to use it as
a normal user, you have to add yourself under the "users" tab - and select
"change Non-Root configuration". After that, you wan't need to use
again, and the menu entry will work as well.
linux:/home/maumon # xcdroast
** WARNING **: No /usr/X11R6/bin/cdrecord installed
Notice that it is a warning, not an error. SuSE installs it in