Re: More Dual-Layer burning oddities
CJ Kucera <email@example.com> wrote:
> Joerg Schilling wrote:
> > So you either have a problem with the medium or with the drives firmware.
> > Cdrecord computes and uses the right value automatically.
> Yeah, could be. For now I'm just going to content myself with setting
> the layer break manually. Clearly you know more about cdrecord
> internals than I do - I had just assumed from the manpage that using the
> manual 'layerbreak' option caused the drive to burn in a different mode,
> which happens to work for me.
> > What value do you use for the layerbreak?
> I actually used the value given to me by either cdrecord or growisofs (I
> forget which one had told me what value it had been using), which was
> just half of the disc in 2k blocks. In this particular case it was
Then you try to revert what cdrecord does. And this will cause long fixating
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