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Offline drb

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k3b record permissions
« on: 2018/12/03, 16:21:33 »
When I try to record an audio CD I get the following:
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cd record has no permission to open device
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Modify device settings in K3b to solve this problemK3b permissions:
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/usr/bin/cdrdao 0755 root.rootand
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/usr/bin/wodim 0755 root.rootThere doesn't seem any way of changing these in K3b itself.
Any advice please?

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Re: k3b record permissions
« Reply #1 on: 2018/12/03, 16:57:01 »
There are many ways to do this

As root  su -

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chmod 4711 /usr/bin/wodim; chmod 4711 /usr/bin/cdrdao
If that don't work, I have more ;)
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Re: k3b record permissions
« Reply #2 on: 2018/12/03, 16:59:10 »
Hi piper.
Thanks, I'll try that first.

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Re: k3b record permissions
« Reply #3 on: 2018/12/03, 17:00:34 »
Thanks! Working fine!

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Re: k3b record permissions
« Reply #4 on: 2018/12/03, 17:01:08 »
No problems  :)
"We're all grown up and don't freak out when a piece of text contains the word 'fuck'. I still don't understand why people think that the word 'fuck' is what would keep certain groups from contributing to the Linux kernel. In all seriousness, it doesn't."

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