Re: wodim is dead....?
- From: Peter Köhlmann <peter-koehlmann@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 16 Sep 2009 23:43:13 +0200
Malcolm <malcolm_nospamlewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:http://groups.google.com/group/alt.os.linux.suse/browse_thread/thread/efb479
On Wed, 16 Sep 2009 18:51:18 GMT
Unruh <unruh-spam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
<http://groups.google.com/group/alt.os.linux.suse/browse_thread/thread/efb479e77ed0ea9b/7839d05bc3fd1cfe?hl=en&q=K3b+and+OpenSuse+10.3%2Balt.os.linux.suse&lnk=ol>Malcolm <malcolm_nospamlewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
No, looks like they switched back......
Hers a snippet from the Factory release of cdrecord spec file;
Cdrecord allows you to create CDs/DVDs/BDs on a corresponding writer.
This is the original version from Joerg Schilling.
Build from clean sources without patches.
It is insane that suse now has switched to wodim from cdrecord.
Release notes for 10.3
"Tools to Write Optical Disc Media (CD-ROM and DVD)
The cdrecord package has been dropped from the distribution. The new
wodim, genisoimage, and icedax packages from the cdrkit project can be
used to record data or audio CDs on a CD recorder that conforms with the
Orange Book standard."
Maybe they have backtracked somewhere.
And where do you see any problem? Wodim works just fine
And I certainly don't want to see twits like Jörg Schilling (author of the
original Cdrecord) again playing his bullshit game.
There is a reason Debian originally forked cdrecord. Actually, there are
Windows: Because everyone needs a good laugh!
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