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    Well, that all worked however it does not show anything under DVD Shrink 3.2. Is there something in DVD Shrink that needs changed?

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    Do you have a DVD in? If so, what is the output of
    Code:
    ls -lh /media/dvdrecorder
    ?

    And of
    Code:
    ls -lh ~/.wine/dosdevices/
    ?
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    linux-berlin1:/home/berlin # ls -lh /media/dvdrecorder
    total 0
    linux-berlin1:/home/berlin # ls -lh ~/.wine/dosdevices/
    /bin/ls: /root/.wine/dosdevices/: No such file or directory
    linux-berlin1:/home/berlin #

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    Quote Originally Posted by dareofficer
    linux-berlin1:/home/berlin # ls -lh /media/dvdrecorder
    total 0
    linux-berlin1:/home/berlin # ls -lh ~/.wine/dosdevices/
    /bin/ls: /root/.wine/dosdevices/: No such file or directory
    linux-berlin1:/home/berlin #
    Sorry, I mean

    Code:
    ls -lh ~/.wine/dosdevices/
    as a user.
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    Plus, can you do a:
    Code:
    cat /usr/share/hal/fdi/policy/95userpolicy/mountpoints.fdi
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    linux-berlin1:/home/berlin # cat /usr/share/hal/fdi/policy/95userpolicy/mountpoints.fdi
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?> <!-- -*- SGML -*- -->
    <deviceinfo version="0.2">
    <device>
    <!-- optical drives -->
    <match key="block.device" string="/dev/sr0">
    <match key="volume.is_disc" bool="true">
    <merge key="volume.policy.should_mount"
    type="bool">true</merge>
    <merge key="volume.policy.desired_mount_point"
    type="string">dvdrecorder</merge>
    </match>
    </match>
    </device>
    </deviceinfo>

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    I have been able to make an iso with decrypter. I have it loaded in DVD Shrink to shrink it down. IS there a Linux program I can use now to burn the image? Where I can I save something in an area I can see from linux or with wine?

    Thanks again for all your help today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dareofficer
    IS there a Linux program I can use now to burn the image? Where I can I save something in an area I can see from linux or with wine?
    What I do normally is I make a symlink from wine directory (which is "hidden") to another one I can see:

    As a user (not root):
    Code:
    ln -s ~/.wine ~/fakewindows
    Now you can browse Wine directory (now linked to /home/yourself/fakewindows).

    You can view anything in Wine from Linux.

    To burn an ISO? Any CD/DVD burner software will do, but K3B (avalaible in YAST) is the best in my opinion.
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    That worked just fine. Thanks, you have taught me tons today.

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