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    linux iso creater/burner

    hello all
    i hav burned several cd images on linux and now i would like to burn them but i cant figure out how
    i havent found an option on x cd roast or gnome toaster or k3b and i cant get cdcopy to recognize my burner
    my os is redhat 9
    if anyone here has any experience with any of these burners or have one that i could use please inform me
    thanx all
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    mkisofs -o isoyouwant.iso file(s)tomakeisowith
    burncd -f /dev/acd0 -s 40 data your.iso fixate
    man burncd should give you more info ,
    cdrecord dev=1,0,0 speed=40 driver=generic-mmc your.iso
    cdrecord -scanbus will give you the proper device , man cdrecord will give you more info ,you can make default settings for cdrecord in /etc/default/cdrecord so all you need to type is cdrecord whatyouwant.iso
    (the proggys you speak of are just gui's for cdrecord and or burncd)
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    i hav an ide burner how would i get cdrecord to work with my ide burner all cdrecord talks about is scsi
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    Linux CD burner

    I am very new at this. So forgive me if I am repeating someone elses answer. But I do use Linux RH9 on my home system. I had to run Anaconda several times to see my Sony CD burner. Then I had to mount the drive and run the Toaster configuration. It worked fine after that. I also had to set the Master/Slave jumper for both of my CD drives. It did not like the cable select settings.

    Good luck to you,

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    Originally posted here by hexadecimal
    i hav an ide burner how would i get cdrecord to work with my ide burner all cdrecord talks about is scsi
    I forgot about that , i am not sure how scsi emulation goes in linux ( in bsd its, by adding options atapicam to your kernel) burncd should work as it is for ide
    http://www.google.com/search?q=scsi+...utf-8&oe=utf-8
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    one last question how do i switch from grub to lilo?
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    hey that google search really helped
    now my burner burns like gold
    there was only one drawback
    i had to convert from grub to lilo and i accidently messed up my mbr, my superblock, and lost my file system
    all tho i did hav everything backed up so its all good
    thanx man
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    i have recently found out in redhat 9 if u install lilo from the start it will auto scsi emulate ur burner
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