Re: How do they burn CD's?
> From: Robert Nicholson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: How do they burn CD's?
> Date: Monday, February 17, 1997 6:08 AM
> What software does Cheapbytes and these other CD authoring firms use
> under Linux to cut a CD?
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We use mkisofs and cdwrite with a yamaha 102 (about $600). Once you
make the iso image you can mount it up using -loop and give it a try before
you use cdwrite. Also you direct the output of mkisofs to a partition and
this up without using -loop ( this is useful for testing out distributions
before we burn the CD)
mkisofs -o /mnt/deb.iso -R -P lsl /mnt/distributions/debian
cdwrite -s 2 -D /dev/sgc --yamaha /mnt/deb.iso
If you don't have a CDROM burner but do have a 4mm or 8mm tape you can
direct the output to the tape and send this off to the CDROM plant ... We
for our first 5 or 10 CDs back when the burners were ~ $4000.
Linux System Labs http://www.lsl.com
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