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SubjectRe: CD writing in future Linux (stirring up a hornets' nest)
"D. Hazelton" <dhazelton@enter.net> wrote:

> > 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.
>
> Joerg, the practical definition of WORM is "Write Once, Read Many" - whether
> or not it supports writes to random sectors is a moot point, a CDR does seem
> to fit the bill of a "write once, read many" medium.

What you believe is irrelevent as long as it does not match the WORM device
definition.

See www.t10.org

Jörg

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