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After installing xcdroast and running it I get ** WARNING **: No /usr/local/bin/cdrecord installed Which is right, cos it's actually installed in /usr/bin/cdrecord. Have removed and reinstalled cdrtools and xcdroast ...
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    xcdroast problem


    After installing xcdroast and running it I get

    ** WARNING **: No /usr/local/bin/cdrecord installed

    Which is right, cos it's actually installed in /usr/bin/cdrecord.

    Have removed and reinstalled cdrtools and xcdroast packages to no avail.

    It's odd cos I've just reinstalled Slack on a new disk and it worked fine previously.

    Any suggestions?

    Ta.
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    yes you can use a symlink

    ln -sf /usr/local/bin/cdrecord /usr/bin/cdrecord

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    Ta for that!

    I did get round it by copying the required cdrtools across but it's not the best way.

    Cheers
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