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Re: how to burn from iso file in xcdroast

I just went through this a couple of days ago.  The commandline is:

cdrecord -v speed=8 dev=0,0 <file>

Speed & dev probably will be different on your box.  I found this was much easier than doing it with xcdroast.

Someone had mentioned that by just changing the extension from .iso to .raw, then xcdroast would be able to write it ok.  I haven't tried it though.


On Sat, Apr 29, 2000 at 08:15:52PM -0700, Kenneth Scharf wrote:
> Does anyone know the command sequence to get xcdroast
> to burn from an .iso file I downloaded?  I can't seem
> to get it to see the file and burn from it.  I was
> able to do this in slink ( or was it hamm?), but can't
> seem to find the sequence of things now.  HELP!!!!
> (If I mounted the file as a file system using loop
> that might do it by giving the mounted dir as the path
> of the image, but I think xcdroast is supposed to do
> this itself!) 
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