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Made several minor clarifications

ZeroThreeEight
Thomas Schmitt 16 years ago
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.\" First parameter, NAME, should be all caps
.\" Second parameter, SECTION, should be 1-8, maybe w/ subsection
.\" other parameters are allowed: see man(7), man(1)
.TH CDRSKIN 1 "December 13, 2006"
.TH CDRSKIN 1 "December 16, 2006"
.\" Please adjust this date whenever revising the manpage.
.\"
.\" Some roff macros, for reference:
@ -120,7 +120,7 @@ If you only got one CD capable drive then you may leave out cdrskin option
\fBdev=\fP. Else you should use this option to address the drive you want.
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cdrskin option dev= not only accepts the listed addresses but also
traditional cdrecord SCSI addresses which on modern Linux consist of three
traditional cdrecord SCSI addresses which on Linux consist of three
numbers: Bus,Target,Lun. There is also a related address family "ATA" which
accesses IDE drives not under control of Linux SCSI drivers:
ATA:Bus,Target,Lun.
@ -153,9 +153,10 @@ Retrieve some info about media state. With CD-RW print "Is erasable".
Announces that the subsequent tracks are to be burned as audio.
The source is supposed to be uncompressed headerless PCM, 44100 Hz, 16 bit,
stereo. For little-endian byte order (which is usual on PCs) use option
-swab. 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 automatically. Same is done for suffix .au and SUN Audio.
-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.
.TP
.BI blank= type
Blank a CD-RW disc. This is combinable with burning in the same run of cdrskin.
@ -184,7 +185,7 @@ Subsequent tracks are data tracks. This option is default and only needed
to mark the end of the range of an eventual option -audio.
.TP
.BI dev= target
Sets the address of the drive to use. Valid are at least the
Set the address of the drive to use. Valid are at least the
addresses listed with option --devices,
X,Y,Z addresses listed with option -scanbus,
ATA:X,Y,Z addresses listed with options dev=ATA -scanbus,
@ -328,9 +329,9 @@ already hold data.
.BI \-toc
Print the table of content (TOC) which describes the tracks recorded on CD.
The output contains all info from option -atip plus lines which begin with
"track: " followed by the track number, the word "lba:" and a number which
gives the start address of the track. Addresses are counted in CD sectors which
with data tracks hold 2048 bytes each.
"track:", the track number, the word "lba:" and a number which gives the
start address of the track. Addresses are counted in CD sectors which with
SAO or TAO data tracks hold 2048 bytes each.
.RS
.TP
Example. Retrieve an afio archive from track number 2:
@ -339,7 +340,7 @@ tracknumber=2
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lba=$(cdrskin dev=/dev/cdrom -toc 2>&1 | \\
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grep '^track: [ 0-9][0-9]' | \\
grep '^track:[ ]*[ 0-9][0-9]' | \\
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tail +"$tracknumber" | head -1 | \\
.br

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