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zoings 11-05-2004 10:40 PM

I have been trying to get k3b to detect my cdwriter as a writer and I have read in several places that k3b and kernel 2.6.8 simply dont play nice togeather. But where do i go to find an older kernel, like 2.6.7 maybe? Will downgrading likely mess up other programs i have installed? Im still pretty new to linux and am runing fedora core 2.

Matir 11-06-2004 12:02 AM

You should be okay with downgrading kernels. If you want to roll your own, you can check out the kernel archives at Otherwise, I imagine they're somewhere in the Fedora packaging system. Having never used any redhat or fedora system, I can't tell you exactly where to look.

animehair 11-07-2004 05:46 PM

I wouldnt compile the kernel from scratch using source from, but rather as Matir mentions find the RPMs somewhere on the net. I dont want to discourage you from doing this, but have you tryed fixing K3B problem? Sometimes certain permissions need to be setup on the /dev points. Or i know in slackware, users cant burn cds without setting up a group in K3B and have the user joined to the group giving permissions to use the devices. Can ;you give us more details on your hardware, and software configurations thus far?

thx goodluck

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