Re: problem with cdrecord in dao mode
- From: js@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Joerg Schilling)
- Date: 9 Sep 2006 13:11:28 GMT
In article <1157764990.326653.21570@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
damian <damian.pop@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I installed version a12 right now, and when trying to burn and iso file
this is what i get:
cdrecord: Operation not permitted. Cannot send SCSI cmd via ioctl
You need to either run cdrecord as root or to install it suid root.
On Linux-2.4 it was possible to run cdrecord as user in case you did not
care about buffer underruns and in case you did make your system insedure by
running chmod on some /dev/* nodes.
This did change with Linux-2.6. Linux-2.6 Requires cdrecord to run
with root privileges because of at least two incompatible interface changes
in the Linux kernel.
EMail:joerg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (home) Jörg Schilling D-13353 Berlin
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