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Clarified MB to MiB if compatibility allows it (ticket 100)

ZeroThreeEight
Thomas Schmitt 15 years ago
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      cdrskin/README
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      cdrskin/cdrskin.1

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cdrskin/README

@ -402,7 +402,7 @@ most recent session. For example put an ISO filesystem at address 1 GB:
cdrskin dev=/dev/sr0 -v fs=32m -eject speed=4 write_start_address=524288s -
The superuser may then do:
mount -t iso9660 -o ro,sbsector=524288 /dev/sr0 /mnt
Note: On my linux-2.4.21-215 mount works only with sbsector <= 337920 (660 MB).
Note: On my linux-2.4.21-215 mount works only with sbsector <= 337920 (660 MiB)
To extend a filesystem already existing at address 0
mkisofs -C 0,524288 -M /dev/sr0 ... | cdrskin dev=/dev/sr0 ...
Record the number 524288 for usage as first number with -C at the next
@ -447,7 +447,7 @@ too on blanking by cdrecord, dvd+rw-format or cdrskin. Perils of DVD-RW.
There are three DVD-RW formatting variants with cdrskin currently:
blank=format_overwrite uses "DVD-RW Quick" formatting (MMC-type 15h)
and writes a first session of 128 MB. This leads to media which are expandable
and writes a first session of 128 MiB. This leads to media which are expandable
and random addressable by cdrskin.
blank=format_overwrite_quickest uses "DVD-RW Quick" formatting (type 15h) too,

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cdrskin/cdrskin.1

@ -271,7 +271,7 @@ stereo. For little-endian byte order (which is usual on PCs) use option
-swab. Unless marked explicitely by option -data, input files with suffix
".wav" are examined wether they have a header in MS-WAVE format confirming
those parameters and eventually raw audio data get extracted and burned as
audio track. Same is done for suffix .au and SUN Audio.
audio track. Same is done for suffix ".au" and SUN Audio.
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Option -audio may be used only with CD media and not with DVD.
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@ -298,14 +298,14 @@ Format a DVD-RW to "Restricted Overwrite". The user should bring some patience.
(Note: blank=format_overwrite* are not original cdrecord options.)
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format_overwrite_quickest
Like format_overwrite without creating a 128 MB trailblazer session.
Like format_overwrite without creating a 128 MiB trailblazer session.
Leads to "intermediate" state which only allows sequential write
beginning from address 0.
The "intermediate" state ends after the first session of writing data.
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format_overwrite_full
For DVD-RW this is like format_overwrite but claims full media size
rather than just 128 MB.
rather than just 128 MiB.
Most traditional formatting is attempted. No data get written.
Much patience is required.
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