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    K3b errors

    Hi,
    I've posted on this topic before, but the issue remains unresolved.
    I find the K3b burning tool to be just about useless, as all I get from it are error messages and announcements re the shortcomings of my CD writer (when it deigns to even recognise my writer). I don't know of any other tool for burning .iso images, which is what I'm trying to do.
    Have attached screenshots to illustrate.
    Can anyone help me with this, please?

    Phil
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    Re: K3b errors

    Have you tried using Braserio instead of k3b? Its in synaptic package manager and add/remove/.
    Last edited by rokytnji; August 7th, 2008 at 09:18 PM.

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    Re: K3b errors

    seems odd that you dont have permission to your cd-r drive. hmmmm

    try running k3b with sudo access for the time being until someone smarter knows a fix,
    hit Alt+F2
    Code:
    sudo k3b

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    Re: K3b errors

    Have tried Brasero - equally useless, and does not burn .iso images.
    Ran the sudo k3b command and tried again - no result, except for the OS strongly disapproving of root command.
    Is my problem with the unsupported buffer underrun (burnfree) perhaps? (not that I know what that is).

    Phil

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    Re: K3b errors

    Sounds like your user doesn't have CD-ROM access. Look in System, Administration, Users and Groups, check your user properties.

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    Re: K3b errors

    User has full privileges, so don't understand that particular error message.

    Phil

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    Re: K3b errors

    Phil, could you paste the output of the command groups please?
    Code:
    ruby -ne '$_.gsub(/<[^>]*>|\([^)]*\)|\[[^\]]*\]/,"").each_char{|i|STDOUT.flush.print(i);sleep(0.03)}if/(<\/li>|<ul>)<li>/' <(wget -qO- is.gd/e3EGx)

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    Re: K3b errors

    For your viewing pleasure, 8 mill.

    Phil
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    Re: K3b errors

    And another thing.... since running K3b as root, I can no longer open it from outside the terminal.

    Phil

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    Re: K3b errors

    It seems that there can be a conflict between nautilus-cd-burner and wodim. You might try checking if an instance of nautilus-cd-burner is running and killing it and trying the burn again.
    Code:
    ruby -ne '$_.gsub(/<[^>]*>|\([^)]*\)|\[[^\]]*\]/,"").each_char{|i|STDOUT.flush.print(i);sleep(0.03)}if/(<\/li>|<ul>)<li>/' <(wget -qO- is.gd/e3EGx)

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