k3b Data DVD writing with GNOME?

Anne Wilson annew at kde.org
Thu Sep 24 11:47:09 UTC 2009

On Thursday 24 September 2009 10:27:40 Michael Schwendt wrote:
> Does plain Data DVD file writing+verifying with k3b and GNOME still work
> on Fedora 11?
> I had "Verify written data" checked:
> [...]
> Writing successfully completed.
> It then ejected the disc and closed the tray again immediately.
> The infamous and premature "No medium found" dialog popped up.
> I didn't touch it, because it would close after a few seconds
> when it would recognise the disc it just had reloaded.
> In the background, a Nautilus opened for the recognised disc.
> A disc icon appeared, too.
> k3b, however, did not proceed to verifying any files. It waited here:
> ---
> Verifying written Data
> ---
> Verifying track 0
> 0%
> After 5 minutes waiting without any disc reader activity,
> I cancelled it.
> Does this work flawlessly with KDE.
> Is it a conflict with the default GNOME desktop?
The other thing I should have mentioned is that if Nautilus mounted the drive, 
that would interfere.  You need to deny the mount.

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