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I am running RH9 and I am trying to use GnomeToaster 1.0 Beta 6 to burn this.I have looked all over that program and I cannot seem to find where it says to burn an image file.If anyone could tell me how to do this or reccomend another burning program I would be very greatful.Thanks.
# CD burning copying ripping info
Is it configured and what is the device? Command this to find out:
cdrecord -scanbus Adding an IDE CD-Writer to Linux CD Writing HOWTO Burning CDs on Linux
# Burn an ISO to disk
cdrecord -v speed=<burning speed> dev=<your device> /path/to/foo.iso
# Burn from disk to disk
cdrecord -v dev=<your device> speed=<burning speed> -isosize /dev/cdrom
isoinfo -i -d /dev/cdrom
# Generate an ISO from a directory.
mkisofs -vrTJUV "Label" -o foo.iso /path/to/directory
# Generate an ISO from a CD
dd if=/dev/cdrom of=foo.iso
# cdparanoia - search for a drive with reporting of autosense:
# Rip a complete audio CD with cdparanoia
cdparanoia -B "1-" Linux MP3 CD Burning mini-HOWTO
# Convert mp3 to wav with lame
for i in *.mp3; do lame --decode $i `basename $i .mp3`.wav; done
# Burn a CD from wav files
cdrecord -v -audio -pad speed=<burning speed> dev=<your device> /path/to/*.wav
# Erase a CDRW
cdrecord -v dev=<your device> speed=<burning speed> blank=fast
Your iso is probably not right
If your device is dev=1,0,0
then do in a terminal [me@mycomputer adirectory]$
mkisofs -v -r -o session1 /path/to/afile
Then you find a file session1 in adirectory
Burn this to a new cd in the same terminal with
cdrecord -v speed=4 dev=1,0,0 -eject -multi -data session1
The cd remains open
You can copy more files to it.
To copy a second file to it do
cdrecord -msinfo dev=1,0,0
This gives two numbers back.
mkisofs -v -r -o session2 -C firstnumber,secondnumber -M /dev/scd0 /path/to /afile
Then you have session2.
Copy this to cd with
cdrecord -v dev=1,0,0 -eject -multi -data session2
I find the frontends won't work.
You will have to umount your device for cdrecord to work.
When you're finished, you can delete session 1 2 ...whatever.
I wrestled with this for hours, it works fine here for me now, thanks to help from all the Linuxers out there.
Email me if you like.