Thanks a lot.Your advise worked perfectly.I could create the CD and test it on
Is there a way I can add to a CD-R CD (which contains data) ?
I tried this with the -dummy option ;it did not work( it gave error that it
can't write to the media)
> Looks like it's the way you're using CD record and mkisofs.
> Suggest allowing it to fixate -- get rid of -nofix option.
> I've made non-fixated CD's that my regular CD-ROM drive can't read...
> fixating them allows the rom drive to read it.
> You could probably ditch the -data and -multi options also as it looks like
> you are creating a single session CD that's data only -- the defaults for
> To make NT / Solaris readable single session CD's, use
> mkisofs -r -J -V rme32 -o rme32 disk1
> cdrecord -v speed=2 dev=0,0,0 rme32
> When mounted under solaris by volume manager, you'll see
> When viewed in WinNT, you'll see the CD name as rme32 and long filenames
> will all make sense etc.
> What the above does is create a hybrid ISO9660 w/Rockridge / Joliet
> filesystem. Solaris uses the iso9660/Rockridge data and NT uses the Joliet
> (Microsoft) data. I've made many of these types of CD's and they work
> Good luck,
> Bala Krishna H V wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > CD Recorder used: HP CD Writer Plus 7500 series (SCSI Parallel port
> > model)
> > OS: Red Hat Linux 6.2
> > Modules loaded to make the OS detect the CD Writer:
> > sg,parport,paride,epat,pg,pcd (in this sequence)
> > Finally we could record the CD on linux,but could not read it under
> > Solaris.
> > We used the following command to create the cd:
> > mkisofs -R v -o rme32 disk1
> > cdrecord -v -nofix speed=2 dev=0,0,0 -multi -data rme32
> > The messages on the screen meant that the data was burnt in to the
> > CD.But I can't mount the CD.
> > COuld you mail me the exact steps that I have to follow for creating the
> > CDs for NT and Solaris?
> > Thanks!
> > Balak
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