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what did the man page say for cdrecord, was there an entry? Try gtoaster. I think that it also uses cdrecord though....
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    gtoaster


    what did the man page say for cdrecord, was there an entry? Try gtoaster. I think that it also uses cdrecord though.

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    whereis

    from the shell, can you find the cdrecord command? if not so you may have to put the proper directory PATH.

    example



    /sbin/cdrecord -scanbus

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    gtoaster

    try searching for cdrecord, xcdroast

    example

    whereis cdrecord
    or
    whereis xcdroast

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    Thanks for all your help . I swithced to Red Hat 9 everthings works well. I will stick with Xcdraost until K3b does some fixing to many updates needed in mandrke right now. I just need to familiarize myself with Linux and keep reading. Instant messages are what I am working on now. Thanks again.

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