Gerd50 wrote:J.Schily is not talking friendly about Linux, specifically Debian and GNU make. What i can understand after a stupid license
discussion years ago which ended in the wodim fork. (if i understand all the unicorns correctly)
* You are not allowed to modify or remove the following code.
* I am sorry that I am forced to do things like this, but defective
* versions of cdrecord cause a lot of work load to me and it seems
* to be impossible to otherwise convince SuSE to cooperate.
* As people contact me and bother me with the related problems,
* it is obvious that SuSE is violating subsection 6 in the preamble of
* the GPL.
* Note that although the SuSE test is effective only for SuSE, the
* intention to have non bastardized versions out is not limited
* to SuSE. It is bad to see that in special in the “Linux” business,
* companies prefer a model with many proprietary differing programs
* instead of cooperating with the program authors.
Both RedHat and SuSE started to publish the bastardized and defective variants of cdrtools from Debian in their distributions.
dagon wrote:Whether someone is possible to work with or not has nothing to do with this issue.
Gerd50 wrote:My question of the day to the distributor is, is it possible to offer the original cdrtools in LMDE instead of the wodim fork?
Gerd50 wrote:Since i changed from Gnome to XFCE i use xfburn, but have trouble with a locked CD-Rom drive again. This is the reason
why i wanted to try cdrecord yesterday. And i want to try mkisofs in order to create iso files from qt4-fsarchiver fsa files.
@Gerd50, check the link:
I think cdrecord and mkisofs are the ones you want. Worked for me in Mint 10...
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