Description of problem:
when trying to burn iso on cdrw that is not empty, k3b ask about erasing the cd.
But one gets an error message after few minutes, because the cd is mounted, and
k3b cant umount it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): doesnt seem to be
burning iso on cdrw not empty
Steps to Reproduce:
to workaround this, the easier way is to launch a terminal and run "gnome-umount
-d /dev/hdX (where X is the number of the cdrom device). Then k3b can erase the cd !
*** Bug 198146 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Note that this report is against FC5 while the subsequent one is against FC6
Happens here too on FC6 test 1.
Happens on Fedora Core 6 main as well.
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