Welcome to libburnia project
Tue Aug 01 2023 we celebrate 17 years of libburnia project.
Tue Jun 20 2023 Release 1.5.6 is ready on release page. libburn can overburn CD media, i.e. write more data than the drive announced as medium capacity. libisofs can assess many of the features which were in effect when a given ISO 9660 filesystem was created. A safety limit was introduced not to exceed the limit of Linux which is imposed on the number of SUSP CE entries which is good for about 60 KiB of AAIP data. Some rarely occuring bugs were fixed in libisofs. xorriso and libisoburn expose the new library features to the user and got some minor improvements. Many minor bugs were fixed.
Wed Jul 08 2020 We moved from GitLab to Gitea.
libburnia is a project for reading, mastering and writing optical discs. Currently it is comprised of libraries named libisofs, libburn, libisoburn, a cdrecord emulator named cdrskin, and an integrated multi-session tool named xorriso. The software runs on GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, NetBSD, OpenBSD. It is base of the GNU xorriso package.
The wiki article about problems with concurrent burns describes two workarounds for the poor throughput which can be observed on Linux if libburn operates more than one drive at a time. This problem seems to have been fixed in Linux 5.6.
The source code for the libburnia project is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 or later (GPLv2+).
Be aware that linking libisoburn with GPLv3+ library
will automatically change the license of the resulting
xorriso binary to GPLv3+.
The current release tarballs are available at Releases Page.
git clone https://dev.lovelyhq.com/libburnia/libburn.git git clone https://dev.lovelyhq.com/libburnia/libisofs.git git clone https://dev.lovelyhq.com/libburnia/libisoburn.git
For building the libraries and binaries from git you will need
of at least version 1.7.
Wiki page with Frequently Asked Questions.
Current development version:
Manual pages of command line programs:
The APIs of the libraries are documented in their C header files:
- libburn/test/libburner demonstrates fundamental API gestures for burning, blanking and formatting optical media.
- libburn/test/telltoc demonstrates fundamental API gestures for inquiring the state of optical media.
- libisofs/demo/demo demonstrates fundamental API gestures of libisofs.
xorrisoas dialog slave under control of a C program.
xorrisoas dialog slave under control of a bash script.
xorrisoas dialog slave under GUI control of a Tcl/Tk script. See also mini introduction.
We welcome and consider any sorts of contribution although not all can be accepted, of course. If you want to contribute to libburnia project development, then report experiences, propose new features, or post patches for discussion on bug-xorriso at gnu dot org.
Please send support requests and proposals to
bug-xorriso at gnu dot org - Public mailing list of GNU xorriso.
Any donations made to the libburnia project would greatly assist its progress by helping us to acquire drives and media. If you would like to donate, please mail us:
- mario.danic [at] gmail [dot] com, Cc: scdbackup [at] gmx [dot] net.
Thomas Schmitt - scdbackup [at] gmx [dot] net - Current main developer
Mario Đanić - mario [at] libburnia-project [dot] org - Founder, webmaster, developer