Re: DVD, UDF, ISO9660
As mentionned previously udf filesystem is available but If you want to
write directly on CD-RW (DVD-RW) as on a normal RW device, you will need to
look at the packet-cd project hosted by sourceforge. This project provide
tool similar to what is called under M$Windows DirectCD. The devel effort
is leaded by Axbeo who is IIRC the cdrom kernel driver official maintener.
On Thu, 31 May 2001 12:50:38 J.A. Bezemer wrote:
> On Mon, 21 May 2001, Alexander García wrote:
> > Hello everybody!
> > Kernel 2.4.x is out there...
> > UDF File system is supported for readind and
> > (writing?).
> > Can I write on a DVD using UDF and a DVD-RW device
> > under Linux?
> Probably yes, but I don't know what would be required for creating an UDF
> It seems you need the UDF tools, available on
> (what's the difference?)
> AFAICS these things (like mkudf) are not yet packaged in Debian. Maybe
> can take care of that -- Cc'ing debian-devel.
> > The 2GB file size limit is over, so
> > I can have ISO9660 images >4GB.
> > How do I write it on a DVD, using a DVD-RW device
> > like Pioneer DVR-S201?
> > I am wondering about how UDF writing works under
> > Linux?
> > I know I can play DVDs, but how can I write data
> > on a DVD?
> According to
> cdrecord should be able to burn DVDs containing anything you like.
> Anne Bezemer
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