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SubjectRe: 2.6.0-tst2-mm4 and ide-scsi
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onsdag 6. august 2003, 04:15, skrev Con Kolivas:
> On Wed, 6 Aug 2003 11:46, Svein Ove Aas wrote:
> > onsdag 6. august 2003, 03:43, skrev Alex Goddard:

> > > I'm pretty much positive that cdrecord has a disk at once version that
> > > doesn't make anything explode.
> >
> > The only one I'm aware of is the '-dao' option, but that's no good when
> > what I really want to do is burn a CUE sheet and files, or copy another
> > CD. It still expects an ISO file(or WAV, whatever) as input.
> >
> > Actualy, the only use for that option that I'm aware of is to help a few
> > troubled CD-readers.
>
> Latest version supports -dao cuefile=
>
> please download and use that.

All right, that takes care of everything for the moment; well, except for
getting the wheel on my mouse to work with 2.6.0. (Grumble)

Just out of curiousity, how would you *read* a CD in the same way?

- - Svein Ove Aas
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