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Old 03-11-2004, 12:56 PM   #1
yorambaron
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Cdrecord -multi problem


I tried to create a multi session CD but when I read the CD it included only the first file.

Here is what I did:
mkisofs -o mkfifo1.iso -JrvV mkfifo_test /root/test1
cdrecord -data -multi dev=0,0,0 mkfifo1.iso
mkisofs -o mkfifo2.iso -JrvV mkfifo_test -C `cdrecord -msinfo dev=0,0,0` -M 0,0,0 /root/test2
cdrecord -data -multi dev=0,0,0 mkfifo2.iso

I then mounted the cdrom (mount /mnt/cdrom) and found the first file only(mkfifo1.iso).

What is the problem?

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Yoram
 
  


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