pat at computer-refuge.org
Wed Jun 15 13:11:55 CDT 2005
On Wednesday 15 June 2005 11:05, Mike Hebel wrote:
> I'm well aware of this however for proper streaming to the DVD-R/CD-R
> to occur there has to be a number of things besides the burner
> configured correctly.
> For instance no matter how much underrun protection you have on your
> drive the burner is likely to create a coaster if you're burning over
> a network connection with a lot of traffic. The same goes for a
> particularly slow hard drive. I've watched it repeatedly over the
This has *never* been a problem for me using cdrecord under Linux. As a
friend of mine noted when he switched from using Windows to Linux a few
years ago, he never burned a bad CD anymore once he switched (using the
I've burned CDs with the data coming from an NFS server, and while it
ends up being slower than reading from a local disk, it never caused me
to burn a bad CD.
cdrecord even has a Windows port; you might try using it under windows
and see how that works.
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