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Old 01-24-2012, 05:07 PM   #1
systems09500
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Easiest way to burn Blu-ray data discs in Linux


Hello everyone,

Does anyone know whats the easiest way to burn normal text files onto a blu-ray disk?

Also will it be possible to burn more than 25 GB of disk space, which would spanned to more than one blu-ray disk? For example like a 40GB tar archive.

I've tried using the growiso utility directly and it doesn't appear that this option is supported.
Code:
[root@livecd windows]# growisofs --dry-run -Z /dev/sr0 -volset-size=2 -iso-level 4 -allow-lowercase -l -J backup_20120119_1332/
Executing 'mkisofs -volset-size=2 -iso-level 4 -allow-lowercase -l -J backup_20120119_1332/ | builtin_dd of=/dev/sr0 obs=32k seek=0'
mkisofs: Volume Set Size > 1 not yet supported
 
  


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