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You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Rolf Leggewie r0lf wrote on Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Does your kernel or kernel modules has support for burning.
linux – Wodim can’t open SCSI driver in Debian Jessie? – Super User
There are lines of that Any one know how to solve this issue? For possible targets try ‘wodim –devices’ or ‘wodim -scanbus’. I am not very experienced in this, so, I don’t know how to check what my kernel supports. Also read the output of ‘dmesg’ command to find cvrecord cdrom drivers get detected.
[SOLVED] wodim (cdrecord) cannot open SCSI drive?
Cannot open SCSI driver! Can’t seem to find this exact problem anywhere else.
Sign up using Facebook. Somehow I can’t anymore with either Brasero or disc burner. Create a directory and download the provided patch in it, then run the following commands: Are you new to LinuxQuestions.
wodim “Cannot open SCSI driver!”
Ubuntu, I don’t know what is going on but the build in GUI burner works. It is happening because you are not root.
Saikat Banerjee banskt-saikat wrote on Since i was anyway about to format and resetup my notebook, i wanted to give 1 thing a shot. Installed on 57 days ago Canjot I am using the latest version, apt-get upgrade doesn’t give me any new version to pick. Neither wodim nor cdrecord work with -scanbus switch for me too. Danatela 9, 9 32 Having a problem logging in? Thomas Schmitt 3 5.
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I just like to know what to type for future devices. Arjun Pokkat 17 1 6. You are not using recent original software but something that is unmaintained since May For possible targets try ‘wodim –devices’ or ‘wodim -scanbus’.