Changeset 1887


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Timestamp:
Mar 3, 2008, 1:00:36 PM (12 years ago)
Author:
bruno
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Adds doc for wodim usage

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    482 
    483482bash# cdrecord dev=0,0,0 speed=4 -eject -v mindi.iso
    484 
     483</entry>
     484</row>
     485<row>
     486<entry>
     487bash# wodim dev=0,0,0 speed=4 -eject -v mindi.iso
    485488</entry>
    486489</row>
     
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    494 
    495497bash# cdrecord dev=0,0,0 speed=4 blank=fast -eject -v mindi.iso
    496 
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     499</row>
     500<row>
     501<entry>
     502bash# wodim dev=0,0,0 speed=4 blank=fast -eject -v mindi.iso
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    570576<entry>
    571577bash# cdrecord dev=0,0,0 speed=4 -eject -v /root/images/mindi/mindi.iso
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    12691274CD image. The easiest way to test Mindi in either case is to say
    12701275'n' to its first question and 'y' to its second, then use the
    1271 separate application cdrecord to make a bootable CD-R or
     1276separate application cdrecord or wodim to make a bootable CD-R or
    12721277CD-RW.</para>
    1273 <para>Use the cdrecord application to write the CD image:</para>
    1274 <para></para>
    1275 <informaltable><tgroup cols="1"><tbody>
    1276 <row>
    1277 <entry>
    1278 
     1278<para>Use the cdrecord or wodim application to write the CD image:</para>
     1279<para></para>
     1280<informaltable><tgroup cols="1"><tbody>
     1281<row>
     1282<entry>
    12791283        bash# cd /root/images/mindi
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    12831287        <entry>
    12841288        bash# cdrecord -scanbus
    1285 
    1286 </entry>
    1287 </row>
    1288 </tbody></tgroup></informaltable>
    1289 
    1290 <para>The output of the above call to cdrecord will tell you your
     1289</entry>
     1290</row>
     1291<row>
     1292        <entry>
     1293        bash# wodim --devices
     1294</entry>
     1295</row>
     1296</tbody></tgroup></informaltable>
     1297
     1298<para>The output of the above call will tell you your
    12911299CD writer's node. It is usually '0,0,0'. Choose one of the
    12921300following calls to write the CD, depending on whether the disk in
     
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    1301 
    13021309bash# cdrecord -v blank=fast dev=x,x,x speed=4 mindi.iso (for CD-RW)
    1303 
     1310</entry>
     1311</row>
     1312<row>
     1313<entry>
     1314        bash# wodim -v blank=fast dev=/dev/xxx speed=4 mindi.iso (for CD-RW)
    13041315</entry>
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    1313 
    13141324bash# cdrecord -v dev=x,x,x speed=4 mindi.iso (for CD-R)
    1315 
     1325</entry>
     1326</row>
     1327<row>
     1328<entry>
     1329        bash# wodim -v dev=/dev/xxx speed=4 mindi.iso (for CD-R)
    13161330</entry>
    13171331</row>
     
    13691383</tbody></tgroup></informaltable>
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    1371 <para>cdrecord will tell you where your CD recorder lives, in SCSI
     1385<para>cdrecord or wodim will tell you where your CD recorder lives, in SCSI
    13721386terms, which looks like '0,0,0'. The previous call to mondoarchive tells
    13731387Mondo to backup everything to a 4x CD-RW drive that has
     
    29542968    </entry>
    29552969</row>
    2956 </tbody></tgroup></informaltable>
    2957 <para>or for ATAPI type of devices:</para>
     2970<row>
     2971    <entry>
     2972        bash# wodim --devices
     2973    </entry>
     2974</row>
     2975</tbody></tgroup></informaltable>
     2976<para>or for ATAPI type of devices on older kernel versions:</para>
    29582977<para></para>
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