Quoting Mark Page (mpage at esatclear.ie):
> Running Debian Woody for the last four weeks which has included a number of
> problems. Four re-installs at least.
I have to admit, I don't get this. I keep a number of servers plus two
laptops synchronised to woody/3.0/testing, and it's been solid. You
sure you weren't doing sid/unstable? Or maybe you were trying to do
some "kitchen sink" of all 8000+ possible packages? Anyhow:
> 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.
Sure sounds like you need to adjust the permissions / ownership of
relevant device files.
Cheers, "We're sorry; you have reached an imaginary number.
Rick Moen Please rotate your 'phone ninety degrees and try again."
rick at linuxmafia.com
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