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Old 06-21-2018, 12:15 PM   #16
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I installed FC1 to a virtual machine. All the USB and SCSI modules were automatically loaded, it detected the USB CDROM drive and I could burn a disk.

I included an output of my cdrecord --scanbus, dmesg and lsmod as a comparison. Are you logged in as root?

My USB CDROM drive is recognized as /dev/scd0 which is linked to /dev/cdrom1. /dev/cdrom is assigned to the virtual CDROM drive.
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