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Re: mkisofs CD/DVD size question
> From: "Maurizio Caloro" <mauric%gmx.ch@localhost>
> Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2011 14:46:55 +0100
> Message-id: <20110127134655.101050%gmx.net@localhost>
"Maurizio Caloro" wrote:
> it's possible to create 650/4500Mb ISO files with mkisofs?, i try following
> switches without success.
FYI, in case youve not heard of it: growisofs also exists, see manual below.
comes in some variant versions from different people/
packages, see notes by Joerg Schilling (mkisofs author)
growisofs is part of dvd+rw-tools
growisofs - combined mkisofs frontend/DVD recording program.
growisofs [-dry-run] [-dvd-compat] [-overburn] [-speed=1] -[Z|M]
growisofs was originally designed as a frontend to mkisofs to facili-
tate appending of data to ISO9660 volumes residing on random-access
media such as DVD+RW, DVD-RAM, plain files, hard disk partitions. In
the course of development general purpose DVD recording support was
implemented, and as of now growisofs supports not only random-access
media, but even mastering of multisession DVD media such as DVD+R and
DVD-R/-RW, as well as Blu-ray Disc. In addition growisofs supports
first-/single-session recording of arbitrary pre-mastered image (for-
matted as UDF, ISO9660 or any other file system, if formatted at all)
to all supported DVD media types.
Julian Stacey, BSD Unix Linux C Sys Eng Consultants Munich http://berklix.com
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