"[EMAIL PROTECTED]" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

>       I tried to use  burncd  on my  FreeBSD 6.1  system and it failed.
> The command I typed is:
>       burncd -t -v -f /dev/acd0  ISO9660  file-name
> and I got the error message "no data format selected".  I thought the 
> "ISO9660" was the data format.  What is the data format?

"data" is easiest choice in this case.

> to burn a  CDROM ?  Probably the man page should give samples,
> highlighting the data format.

It does, in fact.  If your "file-name" were file1, then the first
example in the manual would be exactly what you would need to type.

>       All the man page examples wrote to the default device and still
> included it in the command line.  You should write to a non-default 
>  CDROM  device, and for at least 1 default  CDROM  device example, don't
> have the device designation in the command.

Sounds reasonable.  Go ahead and submit it.

-- 
Lowell Gilbert, embedded/networking software engineer, Boston area
                http://be-well.ilk.org/~lowell/
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