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Debian GNU/Linux Reference Guide
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9.3.6 Write to the CD-writer (R, RW):

First test with (assuming double speed)

     # nice --10 cdrecord -dummy speed=2 dev=0,0 disk.img

Then if OK, write to CD-R with

     # nice --10 cdrecord -v -eject speed=2 dev=0,0 disk.img

Or write to a CD-RW disk with

     # nice --10 cdrecord -v -eject blank=fast speed=2 dev=0,0 disk.img

Some CD-RW drives work better with

     # nice --10 cdrecord -v blank=all speed=2 dev=0,0 disk.img

followed by

     # nice --10 cdrecord -v -eject speed=2 dev=0,0 disk.img

Two steps are needed to prevent SCSI timeouts during blanking from interfering with the burning step. The argument value to nice may require some adjustments.


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