ARCH LINUX WODIM CANNOT OPEN SCSI DRIVER

So you can try running wodim as ‘root’. Sorry I forgot to reply earlier real-life duties. There are other more imortant problems on Linux that I would like to see fixed. It probably will not work on other distros that don’t use systemd though I don’t really know , so that’s something for upstream to keep in mind. There are lines of that Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. If you need to reset your password, click here.

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I’m just letting you know about the issue I expect this change will hit most distributions soon if it has not already. If you’re not sure what the DVD-burner is called I wasn’tcheck the diagnostic message, using the command dmesg. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Libux in cdrkit Ubuntu: No such file or directory. What you got when run as ‘root’ user.

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[SOLVED] wodim (cdrecord) cannot open SCSI drive?

As a workaround I did the following: If not, maybe insmod usbmass will fix that and get you burning. Post as a guest Name.

Do not expect to get any help for this dead code as the people behind it stopped even answering to bug reports many yearsa ago. It would be great if that can be fixed.

I am using the latest version, apt-get upgrade doesn’t give me any new version to pick. In reply to this post by Lukas Jirkovsky.

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Last chance to quit, starting real write i 0 seconds. And thanks again for all the support you’ve given me over the past year. The -o loop flag is needed to mount a file as a block device. No write mode specified. Hey everybody, Research took me to 2 promising end – 1 of which was you guys over here and the other one the probably well known README.

So if this is a hardware issue, how can I test it within Ubuntu since I don’t have dual boot capability with Windows? Search everywhere only in this topic.

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[cdrecord] Problems with original cdrecord on latest linux kernel

Does your kernel or kernel modules has support for burning. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Thank you for undxerstanding the problem! A1 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 status: Put a writable dvd canhot the drive and try again My apologies for wasting anyone’s time here.

Overview of accessible drives 1 found: Can’t seem to find this exact problem anywhere else. Have appended to Bug in linux Ubuntu on launchpad.

Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Vincent Gerris vgerris wrote on That will load the module on boot for anyone with cdrecord installed. That’s a perfectly valid reason. I can’t understand why it won’t let me use wodim: