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SubjectRe: CD writing in future Linux (stirring up a hornets' nest)
<grundig@teleline.es> wrote:

> It's too "much effort"? Basically, what linux is asking is that cdrecord
> stop wasting efforts trying to implement its own solution. Linux is
> asking cdrecord to use SG_IO and leave device discovery and data transport
> issues to the platform.

Cddrecord does not use SG_IO, cdrecord uses the platform independent libscg.

If you like to talk on cdrecord, you are talking about the wrong thing.

libscg is the target of interest.

Jörg

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