Re: Why burnfree is off by default?
If you don't like it, write your own. While I disagree on a number of
things, it's his program, he's maintained it for years and it works
really well. If you want burnfree on, turn it on and stop whining. He
gave you the way to get around it, and he supports the ide-cd interface
although he whines on that one.
Joerg Schilling wrote:
"ROBERTOJIMENOCA@terra.es" <ROBERTOJIMENOCA@terra.es> wrote:
You mean that even if there's no buffer underrun the 50 bits or 14 bits
are always lost in writes around the disk?
Otherwise that could be always left on by default and warn the user when
the disk write is completed that the disk used burnfree at least once
and may not be conformant.
Anyway I'd like to know the actual reason to
turn burnfree of by default
This has been discussed many times, check the archives.....
If burnfree is on, the quality is
lower and the first technology
in this area did turn it off by default and the standard says it is
off by default and....
People really care about their CDs working and not having coasters!
Joerg Schilling wrote:
Volker Kuhlmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
According to Jörg, the feature is off by default to ensure continuity
and compatibility with <whatever I've forgotten and don't care about>.
If you don't know, why do you answer at all?
If you know please say so! For the love of God!
In my opinion, not a competent reason.
Not a competent answer....
do you care to reply at all?
How can you be such an asshole?
I think there's a real need to have an upstream source for cdrtools that
has all the fixes that Joerg doesn't want to apply even not having a
Distributions like SUSE, Fedora, RedHat, Ubuntu, Debian, Mandrake have
many of the patches that Joerg doesn't want to apply and they are
diverging quite a bit. There's a need to create an official upstream
source with all these patches included that will remove work for the
distribution packagers and would allow other distributions to have a
working cdrecord instead the
broken one that provides Joerg.
Does anyone one know of such an effort to prevent fixes entering cdrecord
because of Joerg?
I think pro-dvd should be scrapped or marketed competently also, but I'm
not going to start a project to do it. The fixes to get bad firmware
working are HARD, and Joerg does them right if possible. I'd like a
single version, but not if it comes from someone who isn't tracking the
guts of the official cdrecord.
bill davidsen <email@example.com>
CTO TMR Associates, Inc
Doing interesting things with small computers since 1979