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Hi, i am trying to get k3b to write on the fly when copying cds. I get a couple of dropdown lists to choose which device will read and which ...
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    K3b can't burn on the fly


    Hi, i am trying to get k3b to write on the fly when copying cds. I get a couple of dropdown lists to choose which device will read and which device will burn. But i can't select between both of my cd drives. Any ideas? It's like k3b doesn't know that there are 2 optical devices. Really strange cause i can read cds with both drives and i can write my info with the cd R/W. Any ideas?

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    could you post the output of "ls /dev" and "cat /etc/fstab" ?
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    ASAIGH -> As Soon As I Get Home. Here at work we use only Winblows.

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    I was able to copy the cd once man. No i get the most stupid message that says : "cdrdao did not exit cleanly". The f.. does this mean? Effing things i hate about this.

    Heeeeellllpppppp!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I just fixed, i just tried copying without the media a couple of times and it got fixed.

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