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Re: has K3B been abandoned?





--- On Thu, 11/27/08, Gene Heskett <gene heskett verizon net> wrote:

> From: Gene Heskett <gene heskett verizon net>
> Subject: Re: has K3B been abandoned?
> To: "Community assistance, encouragement, and advice for using Fedora." <fedora-list redhat com>
> Date: Thursday, November 27, 2008, 5:07 AM
> On Wednesday 26 November 2008, Anne Wilson wrote:
> >On Wednesday 26 November 2008 16:50:47 Rex Dieter
> wrote:
> >> Fred Silsbee wrote:
> >> >> > K3b is a piece of work...
> >> >>
> >> >> the presence of a bug (arguably here in
> kernel-space) does
> >> >> not imply abondonment.
> >> >
> >> > The no verify ISO write is very very old!
> >> > I remember it back when I was reporting to
> bugzilla!
> >>
> >> I'm aware of that.  All signs (still) point to
> a kernel issue, potentially
> >> limited to certain brands/models of burners.
> >
> >That has to be the most likely explanation.  Here k3b
> verifies on some boxes
> >but not on others.
> >
> Generally, I gave up on asking k3b to verify anything. 
> Why?  Because when its 
> about to do the verify read, it ejects the disk and
> immediately pulls it back 
> in.  Then it waits for the disk to be recognized by the
> drive NOT!  At that 
> point it will kick out from the error, no disk in drive. 
> It would be nice if 
> it would then ask you to put the disk back in the drive and
> click proceed 
> when you have pushed the drawer closed again and given the
> drive time to 
> recognize the disk as evidenced that the activity led has
> stopped blinking.
> 
> ISTR I even filed a bz on that 2, maybe 3 years ago, so far
> back up the log I 
> expect the bz server has been wiped.  I sure don't
> recall the bz number.  And 
> it was never acknowledged either.
> 
> k3b is a heck of a good proggy, and I fail to see why that
> hasn't been fixed 
> years ago.  New eye candy, re-arrange the menu's etc
> has been done 2 or 3 
> times now, but a simple lack of a time delay bug is too
> much trouble to fix I 
> guess.
> 
> >Anne
> 
> 
> 
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same bug for years

I had the identical problem with Nautilus so K3B is not the problem

strange : after killing (kill -9) K3B or Nautilus, something is still running in the CPU


      


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