Back when I used windows, and roxio cd creator (the bad old days), I could for instance create a data cd, and later on add some more data/files as another session to the same cdr. I know I can do the same with k3b, and in fact i've already done it. Now, what I haven't been able to do with k3b is for instance, delete files in the cdr, and write new updated versions of the same file (with the same filename)
I'm trying to write deb files to a cd, but every time I add new sessions (with new deb files) to the cd, I need to generate a new "Packages.gz" file, and include it with the new session, so basically, I need to be able to update the above mentioned file every time I write a new session.
Is there a way to do this in Linux with k3b (0.10.2cvs) and debian (woody)?
As always, thanks in advance