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About: GNU xorriso creates, loads, manipulates and writes ISO 9660 filesystem images with Rock Ridge extensions. It is suitable for incremental data backup and for production of bootable ISO 9660 images. GNU xorriso is a statical compilation of the libraries libburn, libisofs, libisoburn, and libjte.

xorrecord.info  (xorriso-1.5.2):xorrecord.info  (xorriso-1.5.4)
This is xorrecord.info, produced by makeinfo version 5.2 from This is xorrecord.info, produced by makeinfo version 5.2 from
xorrecord.texi. xorrecord.texi.
xorrecord - Emulation of CD/DVD/BD program cdrecord by program xorriso xorrecord - Emulation of CD/DVD/BD program cdrecord by program xorriso
Copyright (C) 2011 - 2019 Thomas Schmitt Copyright (C) 2011 - 2021 Thomas Schmitt
Permission is granted to distribute this text freely. Permission is granted to distribute this text freely.
INFO-DIR-SECTION Archiving INFO-DIR-SECTION Archiving
START-INFO-DIR-ENTRY START-INFO-DIR-ENTRY
* Xorrecord: (xorrecord). Emulates CD/DVD/BD program cdrecord * Xorrecord: (xorrecord). Emulates CD/DVD/BD program cdrecord
END-INFO-DIR-ENTRY END-INFO-DIR-ENTRY
 
File: xorrecord.info, Node: Top, Next: Overview, Up: (dir) File: xorrecord.info, Node: Top, Next: Overview, Up: (dir)
xorrecord 1.5.2 xorrecord 1.5.4
*************** ***************
xorrecord - Emulation of CD/DVD/BD program cdrecord by program xorriso xorrecord - Emulation of CD/DVD/BD program cdrecord by program xorriso
* Menu: * Menu:
* Overview:: Overview * Overview:: Overview
* Standards:: MMC, Session, Track, Media types * Standards:: MMC, Session, Track, Media types
* Drive:: Drive preparation and addressing * Drive:: Drive preparation and addressing
* Xorriso:: Relation to program xorriso * Xorriso:: Relation to program xorriso
* Options:: Options * Options:: Options
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File: xorrecord.info, Node: Options, Next: Examples, Prev: Xorriso, Up: Top File: xorrecord.info, Node: Options, Next: Examples, Prev: Xorriso, Up: Top
5 Options 5 Options
********* *********
* Menu: * Menu:
* DriveAddr:: Drive addressing * DriveAddr:: Drive addressing
* Inquire:: Inquiring drive and media * Inquire:: Inquiring drive and media
* SetBurn:: Settings for the burn run * SetBurn:: Settings for the burn run
* Verbous:: Program version and verbosity * Verbose:: Program version and verbosity
* NonCdrecord:: Options not compatible to cdrecord * NonCdrecord:: Options not compatible to cdrecord
 
File: xorrecord.info, Node: DriveAddr, Next: Inquire, Prev: Options, Up: Opt ions File: xorrecord.info, Node: DriveAddr, Next: Inquire, Prev: Options, Up: Opt ions
5.1 Addressing the drive 5.1 Addressing the drive
======================== ========================
--devices --devices
Print the list of accessible CD, DVD, or BD drives to standard Print the list of accessible CD, DVD, or BD drives to standard
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last recorded session. This is also the address used by default last recorded session. This is also the address used by default
when operating systems mount a medium with e.g. ISO 9660 when operating systems mount a medium with e.g. ISO 9660
filesystem. filesystem.
The second number tells the next writable address, where The second number tells the next writable address, where
'xorrecord' will begin to write the next session. 'xorrecord' will begin to write the next session.
This option is only valid for written, appendable media. In all This option is only valid for written, appendable media. In all
other cases it will yield no output text but will abort the program other cases it will yield no output text but will abort the program
with non-zero exit value. with non-zero exit value.
 
File: xorrecord.info, Node: SetBurn, Next: Verbous, Prev: Inquire, Up: Optio ns File: xorrecord.info, Node: SetBurn, Next: Verbose, Prev: Inquire, Up: Optio ns
5.3 Settings for the burn run 5.3 Settings for the burn run
============================= =============================
A burn run requires exactly one track source address argument, A burn run requires exactly one track source address argument,
which tells from where to read the data which shall be put into the which tells from where to read the data which shall be put into the
upcomming session. The medium state must be either blank or upcoming session. The medium state must be either blank or
appendable. appendable.
Track source may be "-" for standard input or the address of a Track source may be "-" for standard input or the address of a
readable file of any type except directories. Nearly all media readable file of any type except directories. Nearly all media
types accept a track source with unpredictable byte count, like types accept a track source with unpredictable byte count, like
standard input or named pipes. Nevertheless, DVD-R DL and DVD-RW standard input or named pipes. Nevertheless, DVD-R DL and DVD-RW
blanked by mode deformat_quickest demand exact in-advance blanked by mode deformat_quickest demand exact in-advance
reservation of the track size, so that they either need to be read reservation of the track size, so that they either need to be read
from a source of predictable length, or need to be accompanied by from a source of predictable length, or need to be accompanied by
option *tsize=* or by option *-isosize*. option *tsize=* or by option *-isosize*.
Several options expect a size value as argument. A number with a Several options expect a size value as argument. A number with a
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(Note: blank=as_needed is not an original cdrecord option.) (Note: blank=as_needed is not an original cdrecord option.)
all all
Blank an entire CD-RW or an unformatted DVD-RW. Blank an entire CD-RW or an unformatted DVD-RW.
fast fast
Minimally blank an entire CD-RW or blank an unformatted DVD-RW. Minimally blank an entire CD-RW or blank an unformatted DVD-RW.
deformat deformat
Like blank=all but with the additional ability to blank Like blank=all but with the additional ability to blank
overwriteable DVD-RW. This will destroy their formatting and make overwritable DVD-RW. This will destroy their formatting and make
them sequentially recordable. them sequentially recordable.
(Note: blank=deformat is not an original cdrecord options) (Note: blank=deformat is not an original cdrecord options)
deformat_quickest deformat_quickest
Like blank=deformat but blanking DVD-RW only minimally. This is Like blank=deformat but blanking DVD-RW only minimally. This is
faster than full blanking but yields media incapable of writing faster than full blanking but yields media incapable of writing
tracks of unpredicatable size. Multi-session will not be possible tracks of unpredictable size. Multi-session will not be possible
either. either.
(Note: blank=deformat_quickest is not an original cdrecord option.) (Note: blank=deformat_quickest is not an original cdrecord option.)
format_overwrite format_overwrite
Format a DVD-RW to "Restricted Overwrite". The user should bring Format a DVD-RW to "Restricted Overwrite". The user should bring
some patience. some patience.
Format unformatted DVD+RW, BD-RE or blank BD-R to their default Format unformatted DVD+RW, BD-RE or blank BD-R to their default
size. It is not mandatory to do this with DVD+RW and BD-RE media, size. It is not mandatory to do this with DVD+RW and BD-RE media,
because they will get formatted automatically on the first write because they will get formatted automatically on the first write
attempt. attempt.
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the disc gets closed and may not be written any more - unless it is the disc gets closed and may not be written any more - unless it is
a -RW and gets blanked, which causes loss of its content. a -RW and gets blanked, which causes loss of its content.
This option cannot be applied to DVD-R DL or to DVD-RW which were This option cannot be applied to DVD-R DL or to DVD-RW which were
blanked by mode "deformat_quickest". Option -multi_if_possible may blanked by mode "deformat_quickest". Option -multi_if_possible may
automatically recognize and handle this situation. automatically recognize and handle this situation.
In order to have all filesystem content accessible, the eventual In order to have all filesystem content accessible, the eventual
ISO-9660 filesystem of a follow-up session needs to be prepared in ISO-9660 filesystem of a follow-up session needs to be prepared in
a special way by the filesystem formatter program. mkisofs, a special way by the filesystem formatter program. mkisofs,
genisoimage, and xorrisofs expect particular info about the genisoimage, and xorrisofs expect particular info about the
situation which can be retrieved by 'xorrecord' option -msinfo. situation which can be retrieved by 'xorrecord' option -msinfo.
With overwriteable DVD or BD media, -multi cannot mark the end of With overwritable DVD or BD media, -multi cannot mark the end of
the session. So when adding a new session, this end has to be the session. So when adding a new session, this end has to be
determined from the payload. Currently only ISO-9660 filesystems determined from the payload. Currently only ISO-9660 filesystems
can be used that way. See option *-grow_overwriteable_iso*. can be used that way. See option *-grow_overwriteable_iso*.
-dummy -dummy
Try to perform the drive operations without actually affecting the Try to perform the drive operations without actually affecting the
inserted media. There is no warranty that this will work with a inserted media. There is no warranty that this will work with a
particular combination of drive and media. Blanking is prevented particular combination of drive and media. Blanking is prevented
reliably, though. To avoid inadverted real burning, -dummy refuses reliably, though. To avoid inadverted real burning, -dummy refuses
burn runs on anything but CD-R[W], DVD-R[W], or emulated burn runs on anything but CD-R[W], DVD-R[W], or emulated
stdio-drives. stdio-drives.
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truncated to the predicted size and xorrecord exits with non-zero truncated to the predicted size and xorrecord exits with non-zero
value. value.
-isosize -isosize
Try to obtain the track size from the content of the track source. Try to obtain the track size from the content of the track source.
This works only if the track source bears an ISO 9660 filesystem. This works only if the track source bears an ISO 9660 filesystem.
Any other track source content will cause the burn run to abort. Any other track source content will cause the burn run to abort.
If the track source is not a regular file or block device, then If the track source is not a regular file or block device, then
this option will work only if the program's fifo size is at least this option will work only if the program's fifo size is at least
64k. See option fs=. 64k. See option fs=.
padsize=size padsize=size
Add the given amount of trailing zeros to the upcomming track. Add the given amount of trailing zeros to the upcoming track. This
This feature can be disabled by size 0. Default is 300 kB in order feature can be disabled by size 0. Default is 300 kB in order to
to work around a problem with GNU/Linux which often fails to read work around a problem with GNU/Linux which often fails to read the
the last few blocks of a CD track which was written in write mode last few blocks of a CD track which was written in write mode TAO.
TAO. TAO is used by 'xorrecord' if the track size cannot be TAO is used by 'xorrecord' if the track size cannot be predicted or
predicted or if the CD medium is not blank but appendable. if the CD medium is not blank but appendable.
-nopad -nopad
The same as padsize=0. The same as padsize=0.
-pad -pad
The same as padsize=15s. This was once sufficient with older The same as padsize=15s. This was once sufficient with older
GNU/Linux kernels. Meanwhile one should at least use padsize=128k, GNU/Linux kernels. Meanwhile one should at least use padsize=128k,
if not padsize=300k. if not padsize=300k.
-data -data
Explicitly announce that the track source shall be recorded as data Explicitly announce that the track source shall be recorded as data
track, and not as audio track. This option has no effect with track, and not as audio track. This option has no effect with
'xorrecord', because there is no support for other track formats 'xorrecord', because there is no support for other track formats
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-immed -immed
Equivalent to: Equivalent to:
modesty_on_drive=75 modesty_on_drive=75
In cdrecord, this also controls use of the Immed bit. But xorriso In cdrecord, this also controls use of the Immed bit. But xorriso
uses Immed where possible and appropriate, unless it is disabled by uses Immed where possible and appropriate, unless it is disabled by
option use_immed_bit=off . option use_immed_bit=off .
-eject -eject
Eject the drive tray after alll other work is done. Eject the drive tray after alll other work is done.
 
File: xorrecord.info, Node: Verbous, Next: NonCdrecord, Prev: SetBurn, Up: O ptions File: xorrecord.info, Node: Verbose, Next: NonCdrecord, Prev: SetBurn, Up: O ptions
5.4 Program version and verbosity 5.4 Program version and verbosity
================================= =================================
-version -version
Print to standard output a line beginning by Print to standard output a line beginning by
"Cdrecord 2.01-Emulation Copyright" "Cdrecord 2.01-Emulation Copyright"
and further lines which report the version of xorriso and its and further lines which report the version of xorriso and its
supporting libraries. They also state the license under which the supporting libraries. They also state the license under which the
program is provided, and disclaim any warranty, to the extent program is provided, and disclaim any warranty, to the extent
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Please do not add such a log to a bug report on the first hand, Please do not add such a log to a bug report on the first hand,
unless you want to point out a particular deviation from said unless you want to point out a particular deviation from said
specs, or if you get asked for this log by a maintainer of specs, or if you get asked for this log by a maintainer of
'xorrecord' who feels in charge for your bug report. 'xorrecord' who feels in charge for your bug report.
-help -help
Print a sparse list of program options to standard error and Print a sparse list of program options to standard error and
declare not to be cdrecord. declare not to be cdrecord.
Afterwards end emulation without performing any drive operation. Afterwards end emulation without performing any drive operation.
 
File: xorrecord.info, Node: NonCdrecord, Next: ExDevices, Prev: Verbous, Up: Options File: xorrecord.info, Node: NonCdrecord, Next: ExDevices, Prev: Verbose, Up: Options
5.5 Options not compatible to cdrecord 5.5 Options not compatible to cdrecord
====================================== ======================================
--no_rc --no_rc
Only if used as first command line argument this option prevents Only if used as first command line argument this option prevents
reading and interpretation of startup files. See section FILES reading and interpretation of startup files. See section FILES
below. below.
--drive_not_exclusive --drive_not_exclusive
This option disables the use of device file locking mechanisms when This option disables the use of device file locking mechanisms when
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drive is writing or reading simultaneously. drive is writing or reading simultaneously.
The global lock is not applied to device files /dev/sg* and also The global lock is not applied to device files /dev/sg* and also
not with the system calls read(2), write(2). But ioctl(SG_IO) is not with the system calls read(2), write(2). But ioctl(SG_IO) is
affected, which is needed to perform the SCSI commands for optical affected, which is needed to perform the SCSI commands for optical
burning. burning.
So for simultaneous burn runs on modern GNU/Linux it is advisable So for simultaneous burn runs on modern GNU/Linux it is advisable
to use drive_scsi_dev_family="sg". The drive addresses may then to use drive_scsi_dev_family="sg". The drive addresses may then
well be given as /dev/sr* but will nevertheless get used as well be given as /dev/sr* but will nevertheless get used as
/dev/sg*. /dev/sg*.
--grow_overwriteable_iso --grow_overwriteable_iso
Enable emulation of multi-session writing on overwriteable media Enable emulation of multi-session writing on overwritable media
which contain an ISO 9660 filesystem. This emulation is learned which contain an ISO 9660 filesystem. This emulation is learned
from growisofs -M but adapted to the usage model of from growisofs -M but adapted to the usage model of
xorrecord -msinfo xorrecord -msinfo
xorrisofs -C -M | xorrecord -waiti -multi - xorrisofs -C -M | xorrecord -waiti -multi -
for sequential media. for sequential media.
-grow_overwriteable_iso does not hamper the use of true -grow_overwriteable_iso does not hamper the use of true
multi-session media. I.e. it is possible to use the same multi-session media. I.e. it is possible to use the same
'xorrecord' options with both kinds of media and to achieve similar 'xorrecord' options with both kinds of media and to achieve similar
results if ISO 9660 filesystem images are to be written. This results if ISO 9660 filesystem images are to be written. This
option implies option -isosize and therefore demands that the track option implies option -isosize and therefore demands that the track
source is a ISO 9660 filesystem image. source is a ISO 9660 filesystem image.
With overwriteable media and no option blank=fast|all present it With overwritable media and no option blank=fast|all present it
expands an eventual ISO 9660 filesystem on media. It is assumed expands an eventual ISO 9660 filesystem on media. It is assumed
that this image's inner size description points to the end of the that this image's inner size description points to the end of the
valuable data. Overwriteable media with a recognizable ISO 9660 valuable data. Overwritable media with a recognizable ISO 9660
size will be regarded as appendable rather than as blank. I.e. size will be regarded as appendable rather than as blank. I.e.
options -msinfo and -toc will work. -toc will always show a single options -msinfo and -toc will work. -toc will always show a single
session with its size increasing with every added ISO 9660 image. session with its size increasing with every added ISO 9660 image.
--multi_if_possible --multi_if_possible
Apply option -multi if the medium is suitable. Not suitable are Apply option -multi if the medium is suitable. Not suitable are
DVD-R DL and DVD-RW, which were blanked with mode DVD-R DL and DVD-RW, which were blanked with mode
"deformat_quickest". "deformat_quickest".
Not all drives correctly recognize such fast-blanked DVD-RW which Not all drives correctly recognize such fast-blanked DVD-RW which
need "on". If there is well founded suspicion that a burn run need "on". If there is well founded suspicion that a burn run
failed due to -multi, then this causes a re-try without -multi. failed due to -multi, then this causes a re-try without -multi.
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10.1 Author 10.1 Author
=========== ===========
Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net> Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
for libburnia-project.org for libburnia-project.org
10.2 Copyright 10.2 Copyright
============== ==============
Copyright (c) 2011 - 2019 Thomas Schmitt Copyright (c) 2011 - 2021 Thomas Schmitt
Permission is granted to distribute this text freely. It shall only be Permission is granted to distribute this text freely. It shall only be
modified in sync with the technical properties of xorriso. If you make modified in sync with the technical properties of xorriso. If you make
use of the license to derive modified versions of xorriso then you are use of the license to derive modified versions of xorriso then you are
entitled to modify this text under that same license. entitled to modify this text under that same license.
10.3 Credits 10.3 Credits
============ ============
'xorriso' is in part based on work by Vreixo Formoso who provides 'xorriso' is in part based on work by Vreixo Formoso who provides
libisofs together with Mario Danic who also leads the libburnia team. libisofs together with Mario Danic who also leads the libburnia team.
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* --multi_if_possible apply -multi if medium is suitable: NonCdrecord. * --multi_if_possible apply -multi if medium is suitable: NonCdrecord.
(line 57) (line 57)
* --no_rc do not execute xorriso startup files: NonCdrecord. (line 8) * --no_rc do not execute xorriso startup files: NonCdrecord. (line 8)
* -atip inquire medium state: Inquire. (line 14) * -atip inquire medium state: Inquire. (line 14)
* -checkdrive inquire drive CD capabilities: Inquire. (line 11) * -checkdrive inquire drive CD capabilities: Inquire. (line 11)
* -dao explicitly set write type SAO/DAO: SetBurn. (line 172) * -dao explicitly set write type SAO/DAO: SetBurn. (line 172)
* -data explicitly announce a data track: SetBurn. (line 157) * -data explicitly announce a data track: SetBurn. (line 157)
* -dummy control write simulation: SetBurn. (line 106) * -dummy control write simulation: SetBurn. (line 106)
* -eject finally eject drive tray: SetBurn. (line 214) * -eject finally eject drive tray: SetBurn. (line 214)
* -help print sparse overview of options: Verbous. (line 30) * -help print sparse overview of options: Verbose. (line 30)
* -immed keep drive buffer hungry: SetBurn. (line 208) * -immed keep drive buffer hungry: SetBurn. (line 208)
* -inq inquire drive identifiers: Inquire. (line 8) * -inq inquire drive identifiers: Inquire. (line 8)
* -isosize obtain track size from ISO 9660 superblock: SetBurn. * -isosize obtain track size from ISO 9660 superblock: SetBurn.
(line 137) (line 137)
* -modesty_on_drive keep drive buffer hungry: NonCdrecord. (line 81) * -modesty_on_drive keep drive buffer hungry: NonCdrecord. (line 81)
* -msinfo retrieve multi-session info: Inquire. (line 43) * -msinfo retrieve multi-session info: Inquire. (line 43)
* -multi keep media appendable after burn run: SetBurn. (line 89) * -multi keep media appendable after burn run: SetBurn. (line 89)
* -nopad disable adding of bytes to end of track: SetBurn. (line 151) * -nopad disable adding of bytes to end of track: SetBurn. (line 151)
* -pad add 15 blocks to end of track: SetBurn. (line 153) * -pad add 15 blocks to end of track: SetBurn. (line 153)
* -sao explicitly set write type SAO/DAO: SetBurn. (line 168) * -sao explicitly set write type SAO/DAO: SetBurn. (line 168)
* -tao explicitly set write type TAO: SetBurn. (line 162) * -tao explicitly set write type TAO: SetBurn. (line 162)
* -toc inquire medium content: Inquire. (line 22) * -toc inquire medium content: Inquire. (line 22)
* -v increase program verbosity: Verbous. (line 16) * -v increase program verbosity: Verbose. (line 16)
* -V log SCSI command transactions to stderr: Verbous. (line 20) * -V log SCSI command transactions to stderr: Verbose. (line 20)
* -version report emulation and xorriso version: Verbous. (line 8) * -version report emulation and xorriso version: Verbose. (line 8)
* -waiti access drive only after stdin delivers data: SetBurn. * -waiti access drive only after stdin delivers data: SetBurn.
(line 113) (line 113)
* blank= make media re-usabable or format media: SetBurn. (line 28) * blank= make media re-usabable or format media: SetBurn. (line 28)
* dev= address the drive to be used: DriveAddr. (line 21) * dev= address the drive to be used: DriveAddr. (line 21)
* drive_scsi_dev_family= Linux device type to be used: NonCdrecord. * drive_scsi_dev_family= Linux device type to be used: NonCdrecord.
(line 20) (line 20)
* dvd_obs= set write transaction payload size: NonCdrecord. (line 74) * dvd_obs= set write transaction payload size: NonCdrecord. (line 74)
* fs= set program fifo size: SetBurn. (line 174) * fs= set program fifo size: SetBurn. (line 174)
* minbuf= keep drive buffer hungry: SetBurn. (line 205) * minbuf= keep drive buffer hungry: SetBurn. (line 205)
* padsize= add bytes to end of track: SetBurn. (line 144) * padsize= add bytes to end of track: SetBurn. (line 144)
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* Media, format, blank=: SetBurn. (line 28) * Media, format, blank=: SetBurn. (line 28)
* Media, keep appendable, --multi_if_possible: NonCdrecord. (line 57) * Media, keep appendable, --multi_if_possible: NonCdrecord. (line 57)
* Media, keep appendable, -multi: SetBurn. (line 89) * Media, keep appendable, -multi: SetBurn. (line 89)
* Media, make re-usable, blank=: SetBurn. (line 28) * Media, make re-usable, blank=: SetBurn. (line 28)
* medium content, inquire, -toc: Inquire. (line 22) * medium content, inquire, -toc: Inquire. (line 22)
* medium state, inquire, -atip: Inquire. (line 14) * medium state, inquire, -atip: Inquire. (line 14)
* MMC, _definiton: Standards. (line 6) * MMC, _definiton: Standards. (line 6)
* multi-session info, retrieve, -msinfo: Inquire. (line 43) * multi-session info, retrieve, -msinfo: Inquire. (line 43)
* Multi-session, emulate ISO 9660, --grow_overwriteable_iso: NonCdrecord. * Multi-session, emulate ISO 9660, --grow_overwriteable_iso: NonCdrecord.
(line 37) (line 37)
* Options, overview, -help: Verbous. (line 30) * Options, overview, -help: Verbose. (line 30)
* Overwritable media, _definiton: Standards. (line 30) * Overwritable media, _definiton: Standards. (line 30)
* Padding, at end of track, padsize=: SetBurn. (line 144) * Padding, at end of track, padsize=: SetBurn. (line 144)
* Padding, disable, -nopad: SetBurn. (line 151) * Padding, disable, -nopad: SetBurn. (line 151)
* Padding, insufficient old, -pad: SetBurn. (line 153) * Padding, insufficient old, -pad: SetBurn. (line 153)
* Problems, reporting: Bugreport. (line 6) * Problems, reporting: Bugreport. (line 6)
* SCSI commands, log, -V: Verbous. (line 20) * SCSI commands, log, -V: Verbose. (line 20)
* Sequentially recordable media, _definiton: Standards. (line 25) * Sequentially recordable media, _definiton: Standards. (line 25)
* Session, _definiton: Standards. (line 12) * Session, _definiton: Standards. (line 12)
* Speed, set for writing, speed=: SetBurn. (line 189) * Speed, set for writing, speed=: SetBurn. (line 189)
* Startup files, do not execute, --no_rc: NonCdrecord. (line 8) * Startup files, do not execute, --no_rc: NonCdrecord. (line 8)
* Track size, obtain from ISO 9660, -isosize: SetBurn. (line 137) * Track size, obtain from ISO 9660, -isosize: SetBurn. (line 137)
* Track size, set fixed, tsize=: SetBurn. (line 126) * Track size, set fixed, tsize=: SetBurn. (line 126)
* Track, _definiton: Standards. (line 13) * Track, _definiton: Standards. (line 13)
* Transaction size, set, dvd_obs=: NonCdrecord. (line 74) * Transaction size, set, dvd_obs=: NonCdrecord. (line 74)
* Tray, eject, -eject: SetBurn. (line 214) * Tray, eject, -eject: SetBurn. (line 214)
* Verbosity, increase, -v: Verbous. (line 16) * Verbosity, increase, -v: Verbose. (line 16)
* Verbosity, SCSI commands, -V: Verbous. (line 20) * Verbosity, SCSI commands, -V: Verbose. (line 20)
* Version, report, -version: Verbous. (line 8) * Version, report, -version: Verbose. (line 8)
* Write simulation , control, -dummy: SetBurn. (line 106) * Write simulation , control, -dummy: SetBurn. (line 106)
* Write start address, set, write_start_address=: NonCdrecord. * Write start address, set, write_start_address=: NonCdrecord.
(line 127) (line 127)
* Write type, SAO/DAO, -dao: SetBurn. (line 172) * Write type, SAO/DAO, -dao: SetBurn. (line 172)
* Write type, SAO/DAO, -sao: SetBurn. (line 168) * Write type, SAO/DAO, -sao: SetBurn. (line 168)
* Write type, TAO, -tao: SetBurn. (line 162) * Write type, TAO, -tao: SetBurn. (line 162)
* Write, buffer syncing, stdio_sync=: NonCdrecord. (line 133) * Write, buffer syncing, stdio_sync=: NonCdrecord. (line 133)
* Write, drive buffer, -immed: SetBurn. (line 208) * Write, drive buffer, -immed: SetBurn. (line 208)
* Write, drive buffer, minbuf=: SetBurn. (line 205) * Write, drive buffer, minbuf=: SetBurn. (line 205)
* Write, drive buffer, modesty_on_drive=: NonCdrecord. (line 81) * Write, drive buffer, modesty_on_drive=: NonCdrecord. (line 81)
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