[ardour-users] exporting to CD
perodog at gmx.net
Thu Mar 30 04:58:36 PST 2006
Wolfgang Woehl wrote:
>Dragan Noveski <perodog at gmx.net>:
>>Wolfgang Woehl wrote:
>>>Dragan Noveski <perodog at gmx.net>:
>>>>i tried now cdrdao show-toc and that works, i get 3
>>>>tracks showed, but when i try to write it looks like
>>>>cdrdao does not find my burner. typing cdrdao scanbus
>>>>gives the output ATA:0,0,0 but when i try to specify
>>>>like cdrdao --device ATA:0,0,0 /file.wav.toc again i
>>>>get error about my device?
>>>cdrdao write --device 0,0,0 file.wav.toc
>>thanx for subgestion, but still:
>>ERROR: Cannot open SCSI device '0,0,0': Cannot open
>>'/dev/sg9' Supported SCSI transports for this platform:
>Missing permissions, run the line as root.
>>strange thing, scanbus finds my device, but it does not
>Readable but not writeable by you. I have that too, never dug
>into it any deeper than mumbling f***it which helps a lot at
>times when there is an alternative. Probably broke it myself
>once with a self-built kernel and messed-up scsi
that was a good idea, but still i get this:
ERROR: Cannot open SCSI device '0,0,0': Cannot open '/dev/pg0'
the same if i type --device ATA:0,0,0
but my device is called /dev/cdrom and not /dev/pg0!
is it possible to link that, sth like: ln -s /dev/pg0 /dev/cdrom ???
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