Joerg Schilling wrote:
I can't say "many cases," but there are some burners which work better (ie produce useful burns) with cdrecord from Joerg. That said, in most cases wodim will work with good media and hardware.Dave Platt <email@example.com> wrote:The problem is that they have called wodim "cdrecord" and provided (or in some cases not) different functionality. Obviously distributions thought people wouldn't use it if people knew it was another program. I feel the same way as I do when I order coke and get pepsi, it's a scam.I can't speak for the people who put together the distributions, but I'm not at all convinced about the "Obviously". I suspect that the larger motivation was "Don't break existing scripts, don't break existing GUI front-end applications".They definitely broke existing GUI as the original cdrecord works while "wodim" does not work in many cases.
Fewer complaints to them, I would think.The Authors from k3b even started to look for the original cdrecord to be able to use this instead of the plagiat.
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