Leaving a CD open
gods-servant at sbcglobal.net
Thu Feb 28 03:48:39 UTC 2008
I should have known a good German would come along and give me the
wisdom I should have already used. I have a couple of the writer
programs installed and I need to stop being foolish and dig into the
documentation. I will now and if I fail to find the answer I'll get
back to the list about this matter. Thank you.
As for the answer, my mother and my dad always told me that I was far to
much like my grandfather, George Schoenberg and that like him I could
stretch a penny until it covered a continent. I'm certainly glad they
do not see me now that I need so much of the time. LOL
Gernot Hassenpflug wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 10:05 AM, Willis Taylor
> <gods-servant at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>> Because I'm a disabled Veteran and a dime is very important to me.
>> Karl Larsen wrote:
>> > Willis Taylor wrote:
>> >> Is there a way to leave a data CD open as there is in Nero to add to it
>> >> later?
>> > With a blank CD-Rom costing about a dime, why?
> I like your answer to the stupid question!
> I think what you mean with "open" is that you can still add data to
> the CD? If so, then you would have to look at the options in the CD
> writing program you are using. I used to use cdrecord from the command
> line, so I read in the man pages about how to do that. I think if you
> use gnomebaker or nautilus or K3B you will have options that say
> something to the effect of not sealing or closing the CD, or leaving
> the option of adding more data later. If you tell me what program you
> want to use, I can probably install it and check for you.
> Regards, Gernot
Killer Spade 806 CE
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