[kde-linux] k3b won't verify data

Anne Wilson cannewilson at googlemail.com
Mon Feb 18 15:51:19 UTC 2008

On Monday 18 February 2008 09:36:51 david wrote:
> Dale wrote:
> > My observations:  1:  K3b is not telling the drive to pull back in so it
> > can verify the data.  I assume it tells hal to leave the drive alone
> > while it is using the drive, lock file maybe??.  2:  I also noticed that
> > when I push it back in manually, hal or something, is picking the drive
> > up not once but twice.  I get *two* KDE pop-ups on what to do with the
> > new media.  It didn't used to do that when verify was working.
> >
> > It just seems to me that K3b is not doing it's part to pull the tray
> > back in but it could be hal trying to take over the drive too.  Sort of
> > seems to me that K3b is starting the problem but I'm no programmer.
> My CD drive has no ability to pull the tray back in whatsoever, so I
> don't think that's pertinent.
> I did notice this oddity. When K3B *burned* the CD, it reported that it
> was burning track 1. After ejecting the CD and trying to verify, the K3B
> log reported that it was verifying *track 0* ...

David, have you searched bugs.kde.org to see if there is any report of this?  
If there isn't you should report it.  Don't forget to mention versions if you 

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