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Sat Mar 18 08:34:20 UTC 2017
Re-including list, hope that's okay.
On Fri, 17 Mar 2017 17:04:21 -0400, daniel Verreault wrote:
> i am a newbie to freebsd and have no idea of what to do.
In that case, you should first check the relevant chapter of
the FreeBSD handbook which explains the required actions. Keep
in mind Brasero doesn't burn CDs and DVDs on its own - it needs
the OS and additional programs to do so.
> i have freebsd 11 with gnome3
As soon as you got the permissions thing right, Brasero will
work as expected. I have it running on one system with Gnome 2.
Again, go through the basic steps first:
Is the optical drive recognized by the system?
# dmesg | grep ^cd
# camcontrol devlist
Do you have the required software installed?
# pkg install cdrecord
# pkg install cdrdao
# pkg install dvd+rw-tools
Does cdrecord recognize the drive?
# cdrecord -scanbus
Do you have the correct permissions to access the device files
that control the optical drive? Check /etc/devfs.conf for
entries like this:
link cd0 dvd
own cd0 root:operator
perm cd0 0664
own xpt0 root:operator
perm xpt0 0660
own pass0 root:operator
perm pass0 0660
Make sure your user is a member of the "operator" group so
that you can benefit from the group permission to write to the
controlling device files.
Happy FreeBSD user since 4.0
Andra moi ennepe, Mousa, ...
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