Re: Oddness piping mkisofs into recent cdrecord versions
Well how do you access these files? Is it nfs, ssh, samba..?
If it's over a network, I think the -fs and -waiti flags could be used.. Maybe someone else can clarify on the use..
On 12/19/06, Bill Davidsen <email@example.com> wrote:
Craig Harding wrote:
> I've had the same problem and if you use tsize=`mkisofs -print-size
> -quiet file.iso`s as one of the flags then it should work..
> Make note that the 's' after the tsize cmd is correct, check the man
> page for this flag..
> eg: mkisofs file.iso | cdrecord -data tsize=`mkisofs -print-size
> -quiet file.iso`s -
The issue is that the mkisofs is running on another machine over a
network. I want to burn a CD, and it is really not desirable to jump
through hoops to do so, nor to try and get the tsize= through reliably.
A drawback to the recording modes or ISO filesystem characteristics. As
noted an oddity rather than a bug.
> On 12/18/06, *Joerg Schilling* < Joerg.Schilling@fokus.fraunhofer.de
> Bill Davidsen < firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> > I have a system with a Pioneer DVR-104 drive, revision 1.40
> > When I try to pipe an ISO into the cdrecord program, it
> complains that
> > it needs tsize= option to do the burn. Piping the same data
> stream into
> > growisofs works fine on the same hardware and O/S, but requires
> that I
> > use a DVD, when a CD would be adequate at times.
> cdrecord writes in session at one mode, growifofs writes in packet
> mode or
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