Re: Have DVD burner, will backup!
On Thursday 03 August 2006 23:37, Bill Thompson wrote:
> On Tue, 20 Jun 2006 15:14:15 +0300
> David Baron <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > On Tuesday 20 June 2006 02:19, David E. Fox wrote:
> > > All I could get out of darmonizer was "waiting for the <first
> > > volume>" and then it just stops.
> > I got daromizer to produce and burn one (smaller) slice. Could not
> > coax it into continuing from there.
> It took me awhile to resolve this, but I finally have a solution for
> both of these problems.
> First, daromizer needs to be run as a local script with the second
> script "darmon" located in the same directory. If you try to treat it
> as a standard program and copy the script to a /bin directory the script
> will hang at the "waiting for the <first volume>" prompt. The easiest
> thing to do is unpack the daromizer tarball, cd to the extracted
> directory and run "./daromizer".
everything is on a ~/daromizer directory so this should not have been the
> Second, there is a typo in the most recent daromizer release
> (daromizer81.tar.gz) that prevents the script from recognizing that
> there is a second dar slice to be burned. This is why the script is
> burning one disk and then exiting as if the backup is finished.
> To fix this issue, open the daromizer script with your favorite text
> editor and change line 303 which states:
> $slicefile = $temppath.$shortname.$slice.$ext;
> to read:
> $slicefile = $temppath.$shortname.".".$slice.$ext;
Easy enough. I should start from a new download though since I was playing a
lot with the script and this line is no longer 303 and I do not remember all
that I did to it.
> This will correct the issue and let daromizer burn multiple disks as it
> should. I have notified the author of this issue, so hopefully a
> corrected script will be released on his site soon.
Thanks, I'll try it all and let you know how it works out. The problem is that
the partial burns are now useless except for scratch.