[RndTbl] CD, VCD & DVD Burning
Gilbert E. Detillieux
gedetil at cs.umanitoba.ca
Wed Dec 3 14:50:23 CST 2003
According to John Lange:
> Its too bad that it still tries to use all those command line tools as
> so many of them are buggy, out-of-date and/or unsupported.
Which ones in particular? I can't comment on the various trans-coding
utilities, as I've never used them, but cdrecord, cdrdao, and vcdimager
have all worked fine for me, seem to be supported, and continue to
> It also means you have to chase down dozens of add-on files if you want
> to burn anything.
Yeah, they could have done a better job of listing dependencies, I guess,
so that you could let yum do the job for you.
Of course, even following their instructions on using yum under Fedora
didn't work for me - yum complained about required packages that it couldn't
find (id3lib and libmad). So, I'm back to doing it the old fashioned way:
manually fetching and installing packages, hand-tweaking spec files and
Gilbert E. Detillieux E-mail: <gedetil at cs.umanitoba.ca>
Dept. of Computer Science Web: http://www.cs.umanitoba.ca/~gedetil/
University of Manitoba Phone: (204)474-8161
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