Re: how to burn from iso file in xcdroast
I confirm it: I copy .iso files ar .raw with xcdroast.
John Bagdanoff wrote:
> 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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