Re: Odd message from cdrecord
Bill Davidsen <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I cannot help if your DVD drive is slow or has other deficits that make the
> > DMA speed test reporting too low numbers. This is not a cdrecord problem
> > but a problem of your hardware or your OS.
> Since the hardware and the OS work at higher speeds with outer software,
Could you explain outer software compared to inner software?
> it's clear that cdrecord is making an incorrect estimate of the hardware
> capabilities. Since you seem uninterested in investigating why that
> happens I'll continue using software which can make better estimates of
> the hardware.
cdrecord does not make incorrect estimations, it _meters_ the behavior.
For drives that behave incorrectly in this area, just follow the
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