I installed K3B 2 today on opensuse 11.2, hoping that something may have been done to make it burn disks, I've had these problems since opensuse 11.0.
When I try to burn a cdrw disk it usually fails with the error that the cd drive doesn't like the disk, if I try and expensive disk I sometimes get the same error, but if it does burn successfully and I put the disk back in the drive all I've got is a blank disk which won't take a 2nd burn.
I've tried DVDRWs and as soon as I click burn K3B decides the blank disk needs formatting and this then fails and keeps failing nomatter what I do. If I choose the ignore option for the speed when formatting it seems to format the disk then it takes between 1 & 3 attempts to burn the dissk.
I am not able to burn audio CDs with Brasero 2.30.1, which uses cdrdao 1.2.3 However, Opensuse 11.3 comes with cdrdao 1.2.2 I don't feel comfortable replacing the version myself. Is there any plans to update cdrdao for Opensuse any time soon? PS: I am running Gnome in Opensuse 11.3
I am new to opensuse. I want to install multimedia codecs on my opensuse 11.4. Is there any way to download multimedia codecs as an iso file and then burn a cd to install them on opensuse? Now, I am downloading "NonOSS CD" in add-on downloads section, is this iso file containing multimedia codecs?
I'M trying to copy or rip a cd to a .iso file using Nero linux 4 and it just stops at 88%.I have also used brasero and the same thing happens when i right click in nautilus it only rips so far then stop's.Looking on Nero's websites the only dependencies that i don't have is Glibc 2.3.6.I have libglibc 2.24.1. and i can't find 2.3.6 to download.Does anyone know why i can't rip or copy the cd anyway i try to.Maybe it's a dependencies problem but i don't the what dependencies need to be installed.
I have servers which contain SATA disks and SAS disks. I was testing the speed of writing on these servers and I recognized that SAS 10.000 disks much more slowly than the SATA 7200. What do you think about this slowness? What are the reasons of this slowness?
I am giving the below rates (values) which I took from my test (from my comparisons between SAS 10.000 and SATA 7200);
dd if=/dev/zero of=bigfile.txt bs=1024 count=1000000 when this comment was run in SAS disk server, I took this output(10.000 rpm)
(a new server,2 CPU 8 core and 8 gb ram)
1000000+0 records in 1000000+0 records out 1024000000 bytes (1.0 GB) copied, 12.9662 s, 79.0 MB/s (I have not used this server yet) (hw raid1)
I have/had a PC with several hard drives, and a mix of ubuntu and windows on multi boot.The old boot drive died screaming, and I need to start again. (But my data is safe! yay!)
Is there anything special about which drive can be the main drive to start booting from? Or to put it another way, can I install to any of the other 3 and expect it to work, or do I need to switch them around so a different drive is on the connections for the recently dead one?
I have a stereo in my office. Its really a DVD player that will also play CD's. It has a nice surround sound setup. I have a bunch of mp3's on my computer that I would like to burn to a blank DVD that I have and play one long continuous DVD audio CD. Is this possible and if so, how do I do this? I have search for three days, and have come up empty.
i have a AVI file and i use DEVEDE and click on the first one "video dvd" then add file (i go it it and click on the file) setup ntsc then advanced options create iso ready to burn to disk click forward asks me where i want to put it (i use default) then after a while i have an iso file there --- to burn i just click and drag that iso file to a blank dvd and it burn it i have also tried K3B after i have my iso file i open k3b and use all defalt settings and burn it and i get the same results wrong disk when i put it in my dvd player.
running lucid and whatever updates are current.Im attempting to burn a avi to dvd format with brasero, but when i hit "burn" brasero sais "ejecting disc" and says that an internal error has occurred. the saved log is blank.any thoughts? i have dvd author and the error message doesnt appear until the disc has ejected. but really it should not be ejecting if it is going to perform a burn.
I have MP3 files and CUE files. I've tried unsuccessfully to burn a traditional audio CD from them using Brasero (burn image file, point to CUE, it acts like it will, then gives errors). I've searched all over Google and the Ubuntu Forums.
I often use dvdbackup to mirror dvd's to my harddrive. I used to use k3b to burn them to disks. The problem is I no longer use kde, and I realy hate installing kde apps these days, since they seem totaly bloated. Brassero isn't smart enough to take a directory with a dvd's file structure mirrored into it, and burn this as a video dvd. Is there a way to convert such a directory into an iso from the command line so brassero can handle it?
My Dad who I have just gotten on to Ubuntu is wanting to burn some some avi videos onto a DVD, but wants them in a DVD format though so that he can play them on any type of dvd player. I got him to install k3b and try that but as I've never had to do this I'm not sure my self how to do it so this leads me to ask;
I want to burn a movie to a dvd but the problem is that this movie is in the .avi format. Is it possible to burn a .avi file to a dvd. Also tell me how to get this to work. are you familiar with any program which will help me in this matter. Please suggest a suitable burner application.
I've just bought a DVD player that supports Xvid format, so I can play my .avi files on it, but I cant get it to burn to a DVD. Would I just burn it as a data dvd? I don't want to turn it into .vob files after buying the dvd so it can specifically play the .avi files, really.
I have a problem while burning a CD-Extra (audio+data in two seperate sessions) in k3b 1.68.0~alpha3-0ub on Karmic. The audio tracks are being burned and the session is closed, but k3b does not start burning the second session. There is the last status message in the log: "Searching previous session" and one near the progress bar: "Closing session". Normally it should close the audio session, eject the burner for resetting his state and begin burning the second session. But in fact it just stops, instead of burning the second session. My only option is to cancel.
I already tried to add -eject into the user options of wodim/cdrecord. It ejects, but it didn't help. The first (audio-)session nevertheless is correctly burned, only the second (data-)session is missing. I tried to switch the writing app to cdrdao (option in k3b), but in this mode k3b dies with a segmentation fault. Only "auto" or "cdrecord" mode works. (In fact "auto" chooses cdrecord). There doesn't seem to be a different version of k3b available in synaptic to try out. I switched over from gentoo, where k3b worked. Unfortunately I cannot remember the exact version of k3b in gentoo. The system was approx. 1 year old.
PS: Is there a native Gnome/GTK app that does CD-Extra? Brasero and GnomeBaker do not support it yet.
Used DeVeDe to take a Avi that was 700mb which is now a 2gb iso file which will open fine with VLC player with the custom menu I made and the movie plays fine but K3b will not burn the to the media and I tried several blank disk of the same media now and no luck. I don't have any other media to try but this same media worked fine with K3b before and recent so I don't know but I never tried it using it like this before meaning with DeVeDe.
A severe problem with Rhythmbox. You cannot burn playlist. I've looked at bug reports and they just give you the run around. Nothing in the forums except to go to something else. That is no solution to the problem. I can't believe this problem is being ignored. Nothing comes up on search.how these applications got so screwed up from one version to the other and what the cure is?