First: kudos for the Linux verison of Nero – a most welcome and appreciated product, and one which works where K3B / cdrecord failed. Nero allows me to finally use my USB drive with Gentoo.
However, on the same hardware (I use a removable disk drawer to swap OS), with Fedora core 3 the drive is not shown in the “choose recorder” panel.
Some (hopefully) useful particulars:
The drive is an an IOmagic IOM-601. The fstab entry for the drive maps /dev/scd0 to /media/usbdvd; the drive mounts successfully (and automatically) with this fstab entry. The owner and group for /dev/scd0 are my user and a group to which that user belongs.
I’ve tried running Nero as root, but the drive still doesn’t appear.
On Gentoo and Suse 9.2 pro (Suse on different hardware) the drive appears as /dev/sg0. Running ls -l /dev/sg* on the Fedora system returns: ls: /dev/sg*: No such file or directory.
Any pointers where to look or what to change to encourage the drive to appear?