>On 14-09-2016 07:24, Fabian Greffrath wrote:
>> Herbert Fortes wrote:
>>> I did not understand. xorriso Debian package is from
>>> libisoburn source package.
>> Sorry for causing confusion!
>> I just remembered that GNU xorriso was not exactly the same as
>> libisoburn's xorriso. We package the latter in Debian, but the link you
>> provided in the context of missing UDF support pointed to the GNU xorriso
>> Anyway, the only difference seems to be that GNU xorriso has all the
>> libraries bundled togther and is statically linked, whereas libisoburn's
>> xorriso requires all the other libburn libraries separately and is
>> dynamically linked. Feature-wise, they seem to be identical.
> Thanks for the explanation. I really did not notice
> that (two projects).
> I hope to have something to show tomorrow. Using
> genisoimage and cdrskin will be easy to replace
> mkisofs and dvdrecord commands, I guess.
-mkisofs -dvd-video -udf -o dvd.iso "$dvd_dir"
+genisoimage -dvd-video -udf -o dvd.iso "$dvd_dir"
The line can the same, but only '-udf' option can create
the UDF. I did a search and found a post that says 'mkudffs'
command should be used to garantee UDF. Can someone say
something about that ?
-cdrecord -v driveropts=burnfree -eject -dao dev=ATAPI:0,0,0 $1
+cdrskin -v driveropts=burnfree -eject -dao dev=/dev/dvdrw
I also would like an opinion about DAO. The cdrskin's manpage
seems to recommend avoid it.
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