CD Burning Why So Difficult?
Wed Mar 7 21:54:15 PST 2007
Ken Moffat wrote:
> James McDonald wrote:
>> I have just had an hour of fun trying to burn an ISO to CD
>> xfburn returned an error about the speed parameter being wrong
>> Installed gcombust asked a heap of questions that didn't need answers
>> then balked when asked to do something back.
>> Installed xcdroast has a heap of terms like Master Track, Fixate and
>> close and open session. What the? Then refused to burn cd.
>> Finally installed k3b it autodetect my CDR's settings ask me if it was
>> alright and then gave me a pallet to Choose "Burn CD Image" and viola I
>> have a burnt Knoppix CD.
> cdrecord [-eject ] [-v] [speed=2] [dev=/dev/hdc] your_image.iso
> is a quick way on newer installs. Stuff between 's optional, speed 2
> for safety against burn errors, hdc is machine specific and may not be
> needed at all, v is verbose, eject... obvious.
Thanks I thought that dev= had to be SCSI X,X,X parlance and when I ran
cdrecord -scanbus I got nothing returned to identify my drive which
incidentally is /dev/hdc..
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