Leaving a CD open

scott redhowlingwolves at nc.rr.com
Thu Feb 28 04:00:47 UTC 2008

Derek Broughton wrote:
> Willis Taylor 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'd point out that money is far from the only reason you would want to do
> this.  If you have a few MBs of data you want to routinely copy to CD, you
> don't want to create a new disk every time - besides the clutter, it makes
> it hard to find the right disc.  If you write a multi-session disc, you can
> keep using the same disc for months.
> That said, it's an option of the disc-writing software.
Also, simply slipstreaming updates to a cd-rw shouldn't be as hard as it 
is in any *nix.

What software, that you know of, in a *nix environment does this 
I think this should be a priority amongst anyone who develops cd writing 

Hmmm. Did I just give myself a job?

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