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Old 04-05-2004, 06:42 PM   #1
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Mounting CD/DVD in rw mode

How to mount a rewritable dvd+rw (or cdrom) in rw mode?

I tried (with kernel 2.6.4)

Harware: external USB2 DVD-RW (Liton) / internal ATAPI CD-RW (Matashita)

Any hints ?
Or any idea how to use dvd+rw without having to write the whole bunch at once?

Old 04-06-2004, 12:41 AM   #2
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Only DVD-RAM can do this, DVD+/-R/RW must be burned at one time, although I believe +R can do multisession recording, i.e. record half now, half later. I remember back in the day Easy Cd Creator used to do some type of rw thing for cd's, but I dont remember the name of it or any Linux programs that can do the same thing.


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