On Tuesday 14 February 2006 18:24, Olivier Galibert wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 14, 2006 at 05:51:01PM -0500, Rob Landley wrote:
> > I'm only interested in supporting ATA cd burners under a 2.6 or newer
> > kernel, using the DMA method. (SCSI is dead, I honestly don't care.) I
> > was hoping I could just open the /dev/cdrom and call the appropriate
> > ioctls on it, but reading the cdrecord source proved enough of an
> > exercise in masochism that I always give up after the first hour and put
> > it back on the todo list.
> There may be a chance that cdrdao provides a better starting point,
> readability-wise. It seems to be simpler in what it does, and I've
> tended to have a better success rate with it than with cdrecord on
> "normal" usage. Of course, it does not (or did not) include the
> advanced usage cdrecord supports (various writing modes, multisession,
> who knows what else).
However it is a C++ application, and I don't know about other people, but for
various historic reasons I'd rather use C for a command-line application. And
it isn't free of the masochism related to cdrecord as, the last time I
checked, cdrdao used libscg.
Now, with that out of the way... cdrdao, in my experience, supports all the
features, but the last time I used it the documentation for the layout files
format was scarce and I was unable to figure out how to use it to write an
ISO file to a disc.
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