For possible targets try ‘wodim –devices’ or ‘wodim -scanbus’. Using the same device driver for all access to the cd device should allow for appropriate locking to prevent concurrent access. No such file or directory. I would have thought it would as Ubuntu should just work. No write mode specified. Drive capabilities, per MMC-3 page 2A: This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
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I’m created a shell script to burn a cd, which was running successful in ubuntu terminal, but it not running if I call llnux script from php and also I found an error in log file like, wodim: I linnux understand why it won’t let me use wodim: I’m created a shell script to burn a cd, which was running successful in ubuntu terminal, but it not running if I call this script from php and also I found an error in log file like.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Welcome to the most active Linux Forum on the web. For possible targets try ‘wodim –devices’ or ‘wodim -scanbus’. Same error happens when I login as root and really, I want to use wodim so I can learn to use the terminal to do my tasks.
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Research took me to 2 promising end – 1 of which was you guys over here and the other one the probably well known README. Or make your user part of ‘cdrom’ group and relogin and try wodim.
Marco Kern enkl4ve wrote on Hey everybody, Research took me to 2 promising end – 1 of which was you guys over here and the other one the probably well known README. What you got when run as ‘root’ user. Want to know which application is best for the job?
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Changed in cdrkit Ubuntu: Can’t seem to find this exact problem anywhere else. Find More Posts by veerain.
– wodim –devices and other commands fail because of wrong kernel release check in libusal
Ray Maslinski ray-maslinski wrote on BTW, this answer is not completely right. Can anyone advice me? I did another search using grep something Scwi found while looking how to add groups and it says I am part of the group edwooger being my username edwooger dragonfly: I just like to know what to type for future devices.
Also read the output of ‘dmesg’ command to find whether cdrom drivers get detected.
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