[kde-linux] k3b verify problem

david gnome at hawaii.rr.com
Thu Jul 31 19:18:01 UTC 2008

Dale wrote:
> Anne Wilson wrote:
>> On Thursday 31 July 2008 08:58:50 Dale wrote:
>>> Anne Wilson wrote:
>>>> Is there a problem with k3b in 2008.1?  I've just installed Mandriva on
>>>> my daughter's laptop and confidently told her to burn with k3b.  She
>>>> burned one, the disc ejected, but didn't retract and the verify stuck
>>>> there.  The second time she caught it as it ejected and pushed it in
>>>> immediately it released. It didn't verify.  I changed the setting so that
>>>> it wouldn't eject, but the third burn didn't verify either.
>>>> That is, not that they gave a 'bad burn' but that it didn't even start to
>>>> verify.
>>>> Anyone know why or what I can do?  It's most embarrassing.  I told her
>>>> that it was so simple and reliable, but I'll not convince her if she
>>>> can't verify her backups.
>>>> Anne
>>> Hi Anne,
>>> You may want to check the Gentoo mailing lists and/or forums.  I
>>> remember this being a issue a few months ago.  I think it has been fixed
>>> but not real sure.
>> I'll do some googling, but I remember that many people reported that setting 
>> the tray not to eject solved their problem.  I'm pretty sure I did that on 
>> one of my systems, too, so I was shocked to find that it didn't solve it on 
>> this system.
>> Anne
> This may help:
> root at smoker / # equery list k3b
> [ Searching for package 'k3b' in all categories among: ]
>  * installed packages
> [I--] [ ~] app-cdr/k3b-1.0.5-r1 (0)
> root at smoker / # equery list hal
> [ Searching for package 'hal' in all categories among: ]
>  * installed packages
> [I--] [  ] app-misc/hal-info-20070618 (0)
> [I--] [  ] sys-apps/hal- (0)
> root at smoker / #
> That's my versions of k3b and hal.  It does not verify if it is set to 
> eject but does if it is set not to eject.  That is the status with these 
> versions anyway.  May want to check what versions you have available.

K3B - 1.1~svn20080108.2200+r758580-0rarewares1
hal - 0.5.11~rc2-1

I wonder if the versions of cdrdao and cdrecord have any impact?

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