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SubjectRe: PATCH: cdrecord: avoiding scsi device numbering for ide devices
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Matthias Andree wrote:
|>That seems reasonable, but _only_ if burnfree is not enabled. If the
|>hardware _supports_ burnfree but it's disabled, the warning should also
|>recommend turning it on.
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| burnfree causes a few broken pits/lands on the CD-R so it is best
| avoided if the hardware can do it. That you don't see these is a matter
| of the reading drive not exporting such information and EFM and CIRC
| usually correcting them, but it's still lower quality than a burn
| process that hadn't needed burnfree at all.
|

Well shouldn't that broken pits just happen, wehn the buffer gets empty
and the laser continues where it stopped after having data in buffer
again? I guess this is better then a coaster.

BTW, I don't have problems burning as a user while doing other things...

Prakash
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