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You don't get quite as verbose of an output of your burning speed in windows, otherwise you'd see that it's not really burning consistently at 4x there either Time the process and see if it's truly slower, if so, look at changing things on your drive such as dma and so on with tools like hdparm.
I wonder if you can help me... I have downloaded K3b program and ran the rpm installation file on my system.... Now when I run the program it runs a setup to set the hardware I thing, but every time it does that the system freezers...
Here is the version of Linux Redhat that I am running...
Linux MIS1751 2.4.20-6 #1 Thu Feb 27 10:06:59 EST 2003 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
Can you help me .....?
hmm, i dunno if this wold work but have you tried running the program as root and doing that to see if that would work..
I know when trying to burn audio cds, 2.6 kernals have a bug that just crash the system, but i have no idea why it would crash for just starting the program and configuring hardware.... you can always try other programs such as XCDRoast or Gnome Toaster,