Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 184251
K3b not able to erase CD-RW disk
Last modified: 2008-03-10 21:12:57 EDT
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Description of problem:
K3b is not able to erase CD-RW disk. This problem was also present in FC5t2.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
2.Select Tools/Erase CD-RW
Actual Results: There comes a Erasing Failed dialog saying "The Erasing process failed. Do you want to see the debugging output?"
Expected Results: CD Should be erased succesfully.
I have disabled SELinux. This problem appears with both quick and complete format.
Same problem seems to be also present in FC5test2 (HW Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo A1667G-20).
All CD-RW disks I tried to erase with K3b were succesfully erased when using Nero.
Created attachment 125764 [details]
K3b error log when complete erase mode was selected
Created attachment 125765 [details]
K3b error log from my FC5t2 laptop
It seems another application is using the device.
Could you find that out by using lsof and fuser?
# fuser -a /dev/hdc
would e.g. output
then find out what process number 2702 is.
Unfortunately I do not get any pid output from the fuser -a /dev/hdc (executed
as root, with root env) neither before erasing nor during erasing attempt or
after it. I just get
[root@fc5AMD64 ~]# fuser -a /dev/hdc
I do not know if this helps any, but I'll attach lsof output with the process
information (ps -Alf) to this report. (taken during k3b trying to erase CD-RW).
Anything else I could do to help?
Created attachment 125836 [details]
lsof output with ps -Alf output
Created attachment 132134 [details]
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