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Re: xcdroast and 2.6.x kernel in user mode



Hello again!

Solve the problem!

The point was, that things didn't work well with compiled versions.

After turning on the non-root mode, I had to manually add the CD devices. I used /dev/hdc and /dev/hdd.
It all worked well while I was loged as root, but no chance in user mode.


When I used the RPMs from Fedora Core 3, xcdroast did mention that root password would be needed for nonprivileged user to start, but it didn't.
The non-root mode is not there, but all works well for non-privileged user. No root password needed.


Si I have to correct myself - IT WORKS!

And thank you Alexander for that list of your installed RPMs.

Davor.


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