Re: CDRecord : It Works!
>>>>> "Guillaume" == Guillaume <email@example.com> writes:
Guillaume> [IomegaZipCD USB] As weird as it may seems, I just
Guillaume> ""upgraded"" from cdrecord 1.8.1 (latest 1.9) -> 1.0 with
Guillaume> apt-get .. and now it works !
Guillaume> I used to have the latest version, and debian apt gives me an
Guillaume> older one .. who works, oh well :)
The cdrecord people probably changed their numbering scheme, or
something like that. APT uses an epoch number -- a number in front
of the version number, followed by a colon -- to handle this case.
 "epoch" sounds wrong to me, but it's the only word I could think
of. Anyone know what the real Debian word for it is?
P.S. Debian isn't in the ispell dictionary (British English). Shouldn't
it be added?
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