I have sent this patch upstream too: For possible targets try ‘wodim –devices’ or ‘wodim -scanbus’. There’s a warning in the code to this effect, though it seems to be disabled: After finding this question I ran some test commands to see if I had the same problem. Email Required, but never shown. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.
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– wodim does not detect devices
BB code is On. Somehow I can’t anymore with either Brasero or disc burner.
No such file or directory. You are not using recent original software but something that is unmaintained since May I still read through most of it, just for the sake of knowledge.
Do not expect to get any help for this dead code as the people behind it stopped even answering to bug reports many yearsa ago. When typing wodim –devices or -scanbus it only results in the following: Post as a guest Name.
wodim “Cannot open SCSI driver!”
Marco Kern enkl4ve wrote on Help answer threads with 0 replies. Any ideas if even using sudo results in the same error message?
Post as a guest Name. Sun Jul 21 Sam Mingolelli k-launchpad-jake8us-org wrote on It is happening because you are not root. This bug affects 19 people. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
By changing wodim to cwnnot devices at that place resolved the problem.
Join our community today! Nigel Horne njh-bandsman wrote on For possible targets try ‘wodim –devices’ or ‘wodim -scanbus’.
linux – Wodim can’t open SCSI driver in Debian Jessie? – Super User
Same error happens when I login as root and really, I want to use wodim so I can learn to use the terminal to do my tasks. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
There’s a warning in the code to this effect, though it seems to be disabled: Ray Maslinski ray-maslinski wrote on Can’t seem to find this exact problem anywhere else. Cannot open SCSI driver! Sorry for the obvious question.