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Old 18th June 2006, 04:35 PM
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/usr/bin/cdrecord: Resource temporarily unavailable. Cannot get mmap for 4198400 Byte

i have this error message when i try to erase cd-rw or burn audio trackswith k3b (or other burning applications) as user. I't's all ok if i try do to the same thing like root.
I already used k3bset to change permission on cdrecord.
Any idea?
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byte, mmap, or usr or bin or cdrecord, resource, temporarily, unavailable

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