On Mon, 8 Mar 2004 11:50, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> I backed some files up using burncd and cdrecord. The files burned fine.
> But the problem that I am having. Is that I am unabel to see the files. The
> command I used for burn cd was: "burncd -f /dev/asc1c -s max -e data *.*
> fixate". And the command I used for cdrecord i baleve was: "cdrecord
> dev=1,1,0 *.*". I am not sure the exact command I did for cdrecord. Because
> I only have 1,1,0 written down. I am using FreeBSD 4.9  and have a Hewlett
> Packard Cd-Writer Plus 9100 series.

The *.* in the above should be a prepared image of an ISO-9660 filesystem --
not just a set of ordinary files as they come.

You need to make the image using mkisofs. Have a look at the man page.

You might find the example script /usr/share/examples/worm/makecdfs.sh
a useful starting point although not exactly what you want as it  actually 
creates a bootable CD.

If you have an ATAPI CD drive then burncd is straightforward and works well
without the complication of atapicam.

Malcolm
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