I used k3b to help me figure out how to use cdrdao on my newer
machine. Here's how. In the "burn" dialog window
- Select the Writing Mode "DAO".
- Select the Writing app "cdrdao".
- Check the "Simulate" button in the "Settings".
- Click "Burn".
When that's done click the "Show Debugging Output" in the burning
progress window. k3b failed the simulated burn and used this
/usr/bin/cdrdao write --device /dev/sr0 --driver generic-mmc:0x00000010
--speed 16 --simulate -n -v 2 --force
--remote 24 /home/kevinc/.tmp/kde-kevinc/k3b_audio_0_.toc
I altered that command to be:
cdrdao simulate --device /dev/sr0 --driver generic-mmc:0x00000010
-v 2 contents.toc
ERROR: CD-TEXT: Language 0: PERFORMER field not defined for all
tracks or disk.
The CD_TEXT block of my TOC file didn't have a PERFORMER field.
I copied the PERFORMER field of another track to that block.
After fixing that, the simulated cdrdao command worked fine.
Even better changing "simulate" to "write" produced a CD that
plays just right on one of my audio CD players that had trouble
with the last disc.
I hope this helps someone else....
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