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Old 11-10-2004, 06:18 AM   #1
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CD burning problem

As I just have booted linux and kde I can burn CDs with k3b without problems,
but after letīs say half an hour the k3b program do not find a appropriate CD-rw device anymore:S
(cdrdao and cdrecord do find the device.)
If I want now to burn a CD I have to reboot the system :/

any ideas?? Can it be a hardware failure? A bug in k3b?
Old 11-10-2004, 09:56 AM   #2
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not sure, but for me using udev causes something like that. example: I can rip music off an audio-cd, but after some time (let's say half an hour...) it can't...seems like the drive is jammed or something. ejecting cd and inserting it again works usually....I think this is udev problem, for me at least (I've had others too)

so, if you use udev, check out google for your problem...if you use devfs, then I don't know :/


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