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Old 11-27-2003, 05:38 AM   #1
reyemarr
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Question Question about k3b


Hi,

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
 
  


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