Re: Why burnfree is off by default?
> BTW: cdrecord-1.6 does not disable burnproof by default.
> It does not even know driveropts=burnfree.
> If the drive has it on then it stays on. My old Lite-ON
> worked fine with that. I provoked coasters and the results
> where flawlessly readable.
LiteON does not implement the SCSI standard but a vendor unique
variant that enables the correspopnding feature by default.
Later cdrecord versions know about the vendor unique variants and
try to treat them in a way that is as similar to the SCSI standard as
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