[Wolves] CD writing

Robert Smith wolves at mailman.lug.org.uk
Sun Dec 29 12:05:00 2002


To be honest Aq i used dd to make isos from existing discs and if i am
burning a directory structure i used mkisofs, all from a shell window! The
only thing I have not managed to do is copy audio cds yet, if anyone can
shed light on this it would help

Rob Smith
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From: "Aquarius" <aquarius-lists@kryogenix.org>
To: <wolves@mailman.lug.org.uk>
Sent: Sunday, December 29, 2002 11:08 AM
Subject: [Wolves] CD writing

> I, lucky little soul that I am, got a CD writer (and a DVD player) for
> Christmas. I've got cdrecord working (after spending ages discovering that
> you need the /dev/sg* devices!), and now I want to know what the best GUI
> controller program is. I've used and liked Nero on Windows boxes, and I've
> seen numerous programs for Linux -- eroaster, cdbakeoven, kcreatecd,
> xcdroast -- but not used any really. What would you all recommend?
> Aq.
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