Running Debian Woody for the last four weeks which has included a number of
problems. Four re-installs at least.
Quite proud that I have not had to resort to the list once and now have most
things working, such as combo DVD/CD/CDRW, sound card, Video Card (almost - I
still am afraid of installing the NVidia 3d patches!).
However, one problem that has me stumped that I would have thought would be
simple. Grip will work for me as root but steadfastly refuses to work as
user. It will load the CDRom, read it etc. but as soon as I try to rip and
encode it refuses with cannot mount cdrom error message. The CDrom will mount
everything else such as audio cd's, data etc. I have tried altering
permissions to cdparanoia, grip. bladeenc et al to no avail. (BTW XCDRoast
will rip to .wav as user)
Any assistance much appreciated.
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