Good, but this was the error I received, the different library that xfburn used fixed it quickly..
--the MD5 checksums were all correct, it could have been media type, as I found some noname brands (and I always use max speed), except when using cdrw media (runs at 4x) didn't all work, even using xfburn app..
wodim: Asuming -tao mode.
wodim: Future versions of wodim may have different drive dependent defaults.
wodim: Operation not permitted. Warning: Cannot raise RLIMIT_MEMLOCK limits.scsidev: '/dev/hda'
I also didn't check group associations to make sure cdrom was included for my user, usually it is as a default..http://ai.ms.mff.cuni.cz/cgi-bin/dwww/u ... TAPI.setup
Howto setup an ATAPI CD-RW/DVD+-RW recorder on Debian/Ubuntu
This guide should be applicable to most kernel 2.6 using distributions of
GNU/Linux. For installations with kernel 2.4, continue reading below.
If you have just one CD writer in your computer, CD-writing should work out of
the box. There should be a symbolic link /dev/cdrw which points to your actual
CD-Writer's device (e. g. /dev/hdb). If the link is not present (eg. the
system is not using udev/devfs) or if you want to use a different device as
default, you can configure the device in /etc/wodim.conf:
would configure the default device to be /dev/hdd, i. e. the slave
device on the secondary IDE bus.
You can always override this default setting with wodim's "dev"
wodim dev=/dev/hdc ...
Only users part of the system group "cdrom" are able to write CDs.