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cdrecord has no permission to open this device. 
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OK here it is burned the first disk and everything went well. Attempted to burn a second disk and here are the results and if I remember right this is the same indication I got on previous failures.
I have looked and can not find any where to change it to the TAO writing mode, if this is at all possible any suggestions.

This could also help namida12. The original poster of this problem.

K3b Canceled the write mode. Also this was a dual layer disk.

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I used to be able to say, that I have not had a problem running KB3 under Mepis, but not no more. With M11 I got the same one time burn, then nothing but errors after that. Had to reboot the
system each time to burn a second disk and so on. Funny, KB3 does not work this way for my Kubuntu, Gentoo, Slackware or PCLinuxOS, KDE installs. :confused2:

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Per the TAO error question: http://wiki.mandriva.com/en/K3b#Monoses ... AO_and_TAO

You won't see a TAO choice if it isn't available. It's only available when it can be used.

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I have had that issue every now and then, I can simply start the burn again and it will complete, so I doubt it is the files, drive or the media in my case.

Just a crooked volt I guess. But I can imagine where it can become VERY annoying!

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lucky9 wrote:
Per the TAO error question: http://wiki.mandriva.com/en/K3b#Monoses ... AO_and_TAO

You won't see a TAO choice if it isn't available. It's only available when it can be used.


Thanks lucky9 guess if I had smacked myself in the forehead, I would have remembered what TAO meant. You will have to forgive some of us older folk, we tend to forget a lot of those things as time goes on.


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There is always a path to enlightenment.
I rather enjoy 'learning' stuff that I forgot. I just wish I didn't have to learn some things over and over.
However, at least my world is new all the time!

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lucky9 wrote:
There is always a path to enlightenment.
I rather enjoy 'learning' stuff that I forgot. I just wish I didn't have to learn some things over and over.
However, at least my world is new all the time!

The truly scary moment is when you learn stuff, then go to add it to your personal notes, only to discover that it's already there.

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I remember finding it there twice.

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Yabbut, can you remember putting it there twice?

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Hell, I didn't remember putting it there once. And was about to put it there a third time.

I gave up keeping notes about most things and just decided to look up things when needed. Saves me a lot of time.

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