Introduced term "session"

ZeroThreeEight
Thomas Schmitt 16 years ago
parent 0aec5f2981
commit ea923c391a
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      cdrskin/cdrskin.1

@ -55,9 +55,12 @@ A \fBtrack\fP stores a stream of bytes.
Each track is initiated by one track source address argument, which may either
be "-" for standard input or the address of a readable file. If no write mode
is given explicitely then one will be chosen which matches the peculiarities
of track source and the state of the output media.
of track sources and the state of the output media.
.PP
More than one track can be burned by a single run of cdrskin.
More than one track can be burned by a single run of cdrskin.
In the terms of the MMC standard all tracks written by the same run constitute
a \fBsession\fP.
.br
CDs can be kept appendable so that further tracks can
be written to them in subsequent runs of cdrskin (see option -multi).
Info about the addresses of burned tracks is kept in a table of
@ -182,7 +185,7 @@ 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
the addresses listed with option --devices,
addresses listed with option --devices,
X,Y,Z addresses listed with option -scanbus,
ATA:X,Y,Z addresses listed with options dev=ATA -scanbus,
and volatile libburn drive numbers (numbering starts at "0").

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