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Re: DC dev: requirements?

Well, almost all burner programs could do the job, but DiscJuggler was
one of the few that supported multi partition disks in one image, so
it was widely used for Dreamcast productions.

Peter Bortas

On Mon, Sep 27, 2010 at 9:36 PM, Andy Michaels <lego%therac25.net@localhost> 
> IIRC at the time, Disc Juggler was the only utility available that
> could write the scrambled portion of the disc correctly, and it was
> windows only.  If you find that you can do this with another utility,
> please document it, as it would reduce the complexity of the how-to.
> -Andy
> On Mon, Sep 27, 2010 at 1:50 PM, der Mouse 
> <mouse%rodents-montreal.org@localhost> wrote:
>> http://www.netbsd.org/ports/dreamcast/howto.html lists, under "You will
>> need the following", "a PC running Windows".  But it's not clear to me
>> what that's needed for.  Is this just to run DiscJuggler, or is there
>> something I'm missing?  It looks to me as though the instructions just
>> above that are supposed to burn a bootable disc without needing
>> Windows.  And I can't see anything else offhand that needs Windows,
>> leaving me wondering why it's listed.
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