Re: xcdroast issue
- Initially, I used xcdroast to create DVD's (even dual layer). After I
did a yum update on my system it stopped working. I've went and
downloaded the latest cdrecord_ProDVD, intalled it without success
(same message). It's almost like it has stashed it somewhere (and
maybe renamed it) that even using find with root can't locate it. Is
there a better way to burn DVD's? The doc you list below only deals
with CD burning.
--- In email@example.com, Godwin Stewart <gstewart@...> wrote:
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> On Sun, 25 Jun 2006 09:40:50 +0200, Godwin Stewart
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> > > Does anyone know how to track this down and fix it? I'm running FC4
> > The warning message tells you exactly how to fix it.
> Either that or forget about xcdroast altogether:
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> G. Stewart
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On Tue, 04 Jul 2006 00:04:55 -0000, "Eugene Poole"
> Is there a better way to burn DVD's? The doc you list below only dealsFirst of all, please don't top-post. Please learn to trim and
> with CD burning.
Applications like X-CDRoast and K3b are, IMO, a waste of storage space
and system resources. All they do is call other applications and
present the user with otherwise pointless eye-candy. It is far more
efficient to bypass the eye-candy and get straight to the point.
For burning CDs: mkisofs and cdrecord.
For burning DVDs: mkisofs and growisofs (which is part of the
Unlike cdrecord-ProDVD, growisofs will deal with both -R(W) and +R(W).
The man page for growisofs really is quite explicit.
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