That link is not a manual. It is installation instructions for building from scratch.
The easiest way of making disks with a UDF filesystem through packet writing, for which many tutorials exist
. Alternatively (if you want make an image first and burn it later), you can do something similar to “fake” packet writing. By this, I mean writing to a file on a loopback-mounted UDF filesystem. This can subsequently be unmounted to give you an image file, suitable for burning as a track with cdrecord.
For example (this Works For Me™), if you make a 5 gigabyte file called random.txt
and a 6 gigabyte image file:
$ head --bytes=5120 /dev/urandom > random.txt
$ head --bytes=6144 /dev/zero > image.udf
$ mkudffs --utf8 image.udf
$ mkdir udf
$ sudo mount -t udf -o loop,noatime,rw image.udf udf
$ sudo cp random.txt udf
$ sudo umount udf
Now you have a udf image (image.udf
) which you created without even touching a cd drive. This image can subsequently be transferred to a computer with a burner, and be burned like so:
cdrecord -dao -dev=/dev/hdc image.udf