Re: -tao vs -sao
Peter Rabbitson <email@example.com> wrote:
> > README.copy
> > README.verify
> > You may save us a lot time when you read the documentation before sending mail.
> Good point, however although this solves the problem (that I already solved
> by experimenting) it does not answer my fundamental question - why software
> that is used 95% of the time to burn iso images (since mostly used in
> conjunction with mkisofs) defaults to a writing mode that (as per the README
> you pointed me to) is guaranteed to produce inconsistent or even damaged CDRs.
Well, I did already send a view for the next time with cdrtools.
I cannot change the known standard behavior from cdrecord without introducing a
long long and well documented transition time.
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