[oclug] mini CD-R's and data&audio CDs ?
Michael H. Collins
mhtexcollins at austin.rr.com
Tue Jan 2 16:22:01 EST 2001
Oh yea, forgot. Go to linuxcare. they have the image and development
tools to do whatever you want with it.
Jeff East wrote:
> I saw a mini (60MB?) CD-R someone got from a tradeshow; are these
> over-the-counter in the Ottawa area? Are they super pricey? Should I
> just take a saw to my normal CD-R's? (just kidding) I'd really like to
> make a bootable Linux util/rescue fs I can carry in a floppy box.
> I made an audio CD with a small data track, but it didn't come out
> like I wanted. I read the sparse text from the CD-Writing-Howto, but
> whenever I put the CD in an audio player, it registers the data track as
> track 1, tries to play it, and pops to the next track. Should one pad or
> not pad the data track when doing this? Is there a way to 'hide' the data
> track from audio players?
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