Originally posted by rotvogel
Add the username to the cdrom group. You can edit /etc/group for that.
The k3b problem can be solved by running k3b setup from the settings menu item. Fill in the burning group (cdrom) and the program will take care of changes to cdrecord/cdrdao files. Notice: using a recent 2.6.x kernel will break burning as a normal user.
I'm in my /etc/group right now. I see the line for "cdrom". it's currently set to 19, what should I change it to?
I used k3b setup and started to rip a CD. It closed shortly after beginning, for encountering a SIGABRT.