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Old 12-27-2005, 11:59 PM   #1
xLunatiK
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Gnomebaker not working right (ubuntu)


I'm trying to upgrade to Breezy Badger, but something's not working right with gnomebaker. This is what happens:

I open gnomebaker, go to Burn CD Image, select the .iso, set it to my CD-R/RW and to 4x speed, then hit start. For some reason it tells me to insert the cd into writer, which it already is. I hit ok then my screen locks up for a while and once it's back to normal it just sits there, nothing happens. I'd like to use Breezy but until I can burn CDs with Hoary I'm in a bind.

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Old 12-29-2005, 06:02 AM   #2
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try running gnomebaker as root, you might have not set up the permissions properly. If it works as root check out your burner's permissions and set it to 666 or somethingl ike that, unless it already is like that.
 
  


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