Re: bug in cdrecord-2.01.01a03
Joerg Schilling <email@example.com> writes:
> Thomas Klausner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> On NetBSD-3.99.15/i386,
3.99.15??? Sure it wasn't 2....?
>> with cdrtools-2.01.01a03, writing an ordinary FUJI 1-4x CD-RW
>> broke. The same command line, drive, and medium works with
>> The message is
>> cdrecord: Trying to use ultra high speed+ medium on a writer which is not
>> compatible with ultra high speed+ media.
>> The medium I'm using definitely is not an ultra high speed one.
>> From the Changelog, it seems that
>> - Added support for Ultra speed+ CD-RW media recognition and a check
>> whether the drive supports Ultra speed+ CD-RW media.
>> (Thanks to Alexander Noé).
>> might be related to this.
> This has been fixed 2 months ago. Alexander did missplace the brackets
> here :-)
Time for a04 then.
>> I'm using the NetBSD pkgsrc patches, available at
>> I don't think this is related to this problem.
> DO you know whom to tell what's wrong with these patches?
Revision 1.69, Thu Jan 5 23:30:03 2006 UTC (9 hours, 32 minutes ago) by wiz
CVS Tags: HEAD
Changes since 1.68: +1 -1 lines
Remove cdrecord, replaced by cdrtools.
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