Gnomad 2 +Zen Creative Mp3

Asked by Dr.Felix Raekson on 2006-01-06

Trying to use Gnomad2 I get Could not open jukebox:
usb_set_configuration: Operation not permitted
How do I change permission?

Thank you
Best Regards
Felix Raekson

p.s. it's probably a stupid questions, so forgive me

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Solved by:
Manu Cornet
Solved:
2006-06-11
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2006-06-11
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2006-07-15
Manu Cornet (lmanul) said : #1

Can you try opening gnomad2 from the terminal (Applications->Accessories->Terminal) by typing

sudo gnomad2

(press enter) an provinding your password (and enter again) ?

I was having the same problem as the user above. If I run Gnomad2 with my Dell MP3 Player I would get the usb_set_configuration: Operation not permitted message.

I ran Gnomad2 as super user and I did not recive the usb_set_configuration: Operation not permitted message. It runs fine when I run it at super user (sudo gnomad2)

Yes, thank you using sudo su gnomad2 works

Richard Quirk (quirky) said : #4

It is possible to do this without gksudo. You need 2 files in /etc/hotplug/usb that set the correct permissions when you plug the device in. See the bug report on the Gnomad2 sourceforge page for details.

http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1516971&group_id=65573&atid=511470

This works great in Dapper.

Thanks, Richard

On 7/15/06, RichardQuirk <email address hidden> wrote:
>
> Support request #261 on Ubuntu changed:
> https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+ticket/261
>
> Comment:
> It is possible to do this without gksudo. You need 2 files in
> /etc/hotplug/usb that set the correct permissions when you plug the device
> in. See the bug report on the Gnomad2 sourceforge page for details.
>
>
> http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1516971&group_id=65573&atid=511470
>
> This works great in Dapper.
>

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Best Regards
Dr.Felix Raekson