Well, this is another problem on K3b after the previous one. The previous problem occurred on PC workstation and now I got another problem on my laptop.
I try to executed K3b within konsole and login status as normal user. K3b said that I have no permission to accessing /dev/sr0 (permission denied).
After google for a while, there is some work around for resolving this problem :
- In my case, I do chmod 666 /dev/sr0. It solved my current problem
- Try to add your user id to disk and cdrom group by using YAST | Security & Users| User & Group Management. Choose your id and then Edit |Detail
- Used acl to give proper access control setting
[code language=’cpp’]setfacl -m your-user-gid:rw /dev/sr0
[/code] to /etc/init.d/boot.local
- Check status of /dev/sr0 with ls -l /dev/sr0 and checked if it has ‘+’ sign. Please refer to this for assistance
- Make your user a member of “cdrom” group by following step 2 and then create /etc/udev/rules.d/99-my.rules file with the following entry :Â KERNEL==”sr*[0-9]”, GROUP=”cdrom”, MODE=”0660″ and then reboot
- Patch /usr/share/PolicyKit/policy/org.freedesktop.hal.device-access.policy. Refer to this patch for assistance.
- Refer to this thread for another solution 😀