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SubjectRe: CD writing in future Linux (stirring up a hornets' nest)
>> Nitpicking I know, but technically, CD-R is WORM in the case of single
>> session write. And as long as the writer works, who cares if it is
>> labled WORM, CD-R or Earthworm..
>
>If you did know what a worm is, you would know that you are not correct:
>
>A WORM allows you to randomly write any sector once.
>A CD-R does not allows you to do this.
>
Nitpicking2, the CD-R case is a limitation of the cd writer ;)
Sadly there is no packet mode for CDRs. It would outbeat multisession.



Jan Engelhardt
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