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Re: cdrdao question


in the file: my-toc I have the liines:
DATAFILE "/home/jude/speakup_netinst-3.1r0a-1.iso"

For the command given to cdrdao I used:
cdrdao write ./my-toc --device 1,1,0

and cdrdao returns the error:
error: expecting only one toc-file.

This is like Kafka's Bureaucracy story.

On Thu, 18 May 2006, Javier-Elias Vasquez-Vivas wrote:

On 5/18/06, Jude DaShiell <jdashiel@shellworld.net> wrote:
 The examples in the man page don't appear to cover this job unless I'm
 reading something and it's just flying by.  How could cdrdao be used to
 burn an already existing iso image to a cdr disk?  cdrecord in stable
 version for kernel 2.4.x just ejects a blank CD and claims it can't find a
 CD in the drive after that but then again that package has as debian-bugs
 states it a great bug in that it fails to allocate a scsi buffer if I
 recall properly.

I might be wrong, but one you have an iso ready you can generate a toc
file like the following:

	     DATAFILE "<iso_file>"

Then you just:

cdrdao --device /dev/cdrom write <your_toc>
cdrdao --devide 0,0,0 write <your_toc>

Weird thing is that all this is in the man page, of course scattered
in the whole page.

--  Javier  --

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