jtgoguen at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 01:17:28 UTC 2005
Make sure you're a member of the cdrom group. Or you could run k3b as
root, but that's not really a fix IMO, just a prop to hide the need for
On Tue, 2005-14-06 at 20:42 -0400, Lee McLain wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am having a bit of a problem with K3b.
> After starting it up, I can burn anything. It says that cdrecord
> does not have permission to use the device.
> I tried to change the permissions on /dev/sg0 so that all users can
> read and write. That solved the problem...temporarily. When I
> reboot, the permissions are changed back and the problem returns.
> Does anyone know how I would go about solving this problem? Should
> I be figuring out how to set the permissions of /dev/sg0 on boot or is
> there some other "correct" way to fix the problem?
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