Some clarifications in wiki/QemuXorriso

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Thomas Schmitt 11 years ago
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      doc/qemu_xorriso.wiki

@ -406,7 +406,12 @@ So this simulation is usable only for first sessions on blank media.
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Now for formatted overwritable media.
Now for formatted overwritable media:
All blank, write and check runs of above tests "Writing multiple sessions"
may also be performed with DVD+RW, DVD-RAM, formatted DVD-RW, and BD-RE.
There is no way to close formatted media. The command -close "on"
gets silently ignored.
The write methods and states of formatted media differ from those of
sequential media. But xorriso presents to the user a unified
@ -417,7 +422,6 @@ build on each other.
So from the view of xorriso commands, the only task which makes
them differ from sequential media, is to apply optional formatting
or re-formatting.
A special case are BD-R, which xorriso may format but will not bring
into (pseudo-) overwritable state. Formatted BD-R perform Defect
Management by default, which checkreads during writing and replaces
@ -431,10 +435,7 @@ appendable media. To make then writable from scratch, apply
-blank "as_needed", which will actually write a few bytes into the PVD
(superblock) of the ISO filesystem to invalidate it.
There is no way to close formatted media. The command -close "on"
gets silently ignored.
De-formatting is possible with DVD-RW by -blank "deformat".
De-formatting is only possible with DVD-RW. E.g. by -blank "deformat".
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