Re: Linux problems
Joerg Schilling wrote:
That is not correct. In <46B1F42B.firstname.lastname@example.org> I clearly noted using
"01.01a31" which was the latest version when I tried it.
Bill Davidsen <email@example.com> wrote:
You do not seem to be interested in a solution but in writing offensive rants
only. Otherwise, you did follow the advise you have been given. Vcdimager
No, "without error messages" doesn't mean "correctly," "works after you
burn it" means correctly. Note yet again, yes I used the cuefile, I
tried creating it with standard sectors, I tied creating the cuefile
with 2336 byte sectors, I tried burning with just -sao and with cdrecord
2336 byte sector option. They all write media with a valid ISO9660 in
track one and don't work in a DVD player.
creates a *.cue and a *.bin file. Cdrecord allows you to use cuefile=xxx.bin
to write VCDs correctly.
Below, you verified that you did never really use cdrecord.
The DVD player reports "Err" on the LED display when I insert the VCD,
that is all the information I have. Another player closes the tray,
reads the media, and ejects it.
You do not send any specific information except "doesn't work", you do not
react on replies you recieve in any useful way....
Your saying this doesn't make it true, the "cdrecord" identifies as
Wodim 1.1.6, it does allow cuefiles, as you would know if you actually
tried the software. Unfortunately that also fails to make usable VCDs.
RedHat did not upgrade cdrecord to a more recent version since more than
2 years. Why do you claim that it supports things that have been added less
than a year ago?
Let us give up here:
You are welcome to give up any time, you misread, misconstrue, and avoid
all of the points, and you jumped into a discussion of cdrskin to insert
an ad for your software. You fail to notice that I used your software,
you provide zero information about using the standard or 2336 byte
sector format, about using additional modes like -mode2 or not, and have
provided no useful input to the discussion. I noted that I had used your
"real" software, told what version, mentioned trying all reasonable
combinations of options, and you just ignored all that.
You claimed the Fedora "cdrecord" hasn't been updated, that it doesn't
support cuefile= which it does, and when corrected, instead of saying "I
didn't know that" in a rational way, you say it is a bastardized
version, which has nothing to do with why your software didn't work either.
In fact you have given no helpful information at all, after deflecting a
useful discussion of another software. I don't think your inability to
read posts correctly is a language thing, you just don't seem to care
what anyone else thinks.
bill davidsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
CTO TMR Associates, Inc
Doing interesting things with small computers since 1979