I seem to have to enter the details for my cd burner each time I start gcdmaster. I don't have this problem when logged in as root, it detects the drive itself. Storing the configuration in a .gnome/GnomeCDMaster config file would fix it, but the configure tool from the menu won't produce the file. I only installed the 1.1.8 binary rpm if that has anything to do with it.
Can I construct this file myself? cdrdao/gcdmaster is a great tool, thanks to the developers for putting the work in!
The reason your device is only detected as root is because your user doesn't have persmission to read/write the device file (i.e. /dev/hdc, or /dev/scd0. Typically, adding your user to the 'disk' group should fix it.
As for the config file not being saved, that looks like a genuine bug to me.
I just fixed the config file bug, thanks for reporting it. You'll have to build from CVS, or wait for the (very soon) upcoming 1.1.9 release...
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