Version: 1.91.0 (using KDE 4.4.2)
Installed from: Ubuntu Packages
It s an LG BD-RE WH08LS20 bluray burner and 25 GB sonik data media. Seems that no matter the compilation size the disc will not be recognized. I am just trying to backup random data.
Using Kubuntu 10.04 and kde 4.4.2 and k3b 1.91.0
Does K3b properly detect the media size? You can check that via right-click -> media info.
That's the info I get to see under "Media Info". It's also notable that the "Available Space" indicator at the bottom of the mainwindow behaves fine when adding stuff to my current project. (e.g. shows 5,0 GiB of 23,3GiB)
Type: BD-R Sequential (SRM)
Capacity: 2715:25:17 min (23,3 GiB)
Supported writing speeds: 2.0x (8991 KB/s)
4.0x (17982 KB/s)
I've had a debugging session with Christian today and I think we disovered the issue. Device::writeCapabilities() doesn't contain MEDIA_BD_R_SRM. Since that's the medium which is inserted to the burner it doesn't get detected in EmptyDiscWaiter.
Now, why Device::writeCapabilities() doesn't contain MEDIA_BD_R_SRM? Looks like nowhere in k3bdevice.cpp d->writeCapabilities is OR-ed with this flag. Maybe it should in line k3bdevice.cpp:2776, but we weren't sure. It probably is the same issue for MEDIA_BD_R_SRM_POW and MEDIA_BD_R_RRM. For plain MEDIA_BD_R it will work, maybe that's why it worked for Sebastian.
SVN commit 1125491 by trueg:
Properly set writeCapabilities for BD devices.
M +3 -1 k3bdevice.cpp
WebSVN link: http://websvn.kde.org/?view=rev&revision=1125491
*** Bug 237324 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Ok, I tried this, and it gets past that stage now. I still can't burn, but I'll post that at http://forum.kde.org/viewtopic.php?f=153&t=85895&p=158221#p158221 since I'm not sure my other problem is a bug.
*** Bug 227339 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 229039 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***