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- From: redhat-announce-list-admin redhat com
- To: RPM Announce Mailing List <rpm-announce falsehope com>
- Cc: RedHat Announce Mailing List <redhat-announce-list redhat com>,Andreas Mueller <mueller daneb ping de>
- Subject: cdrdao-1.1.5-2
- Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2001 15:06:51 -0500
RPMs Built and Announced at about Wed Jul 18 15:05:31 2001.
Main archive is located at ftp://ftp.falsehope.com/pub/cdrdao
Mirror locations and build machine information listed below.
RPMs are built with rpm version 4.0.2.
Required programs listed are either updates or are not in the default
RedHat 7.1 installation.
Name : cdrdao Relocations: /usr
Version : 1.1.5 Vendor: Andreas Mueller <mueller daneb ping de>
Release : 2 Build Date: Wed 18 Jul 2001 02:50:47 PM CDT
Install date: Wed 18 Jul 2001 02:59:04 PM CDT Build Host: hellstone.grantgeo.com
Group : Applications/System Source RPM: cdrdao-1.1.5-2.src.rpm
Size : 563577 License: GPL
Distribution: FalseHope RPMs
Packager : Ryan Weaver <ryanw falsehope com>
URL : http://cdrdao.sourceforge.net
Summary : Writes audio CD-Rs in disk-at-once (DAO) mode.
Cdrdao records audio CD-Rs in disk-at-once (DAO) mode, based on a
textual description of the CD contents. Recording in DAO mode writes
the complete disc (lead-in, one or more tracks, and lead-out) in a
single step. DAO allows full control over the length and the contents
of pre-gaps, the pause areas between tracks.
Standard Red Hat 7.1 installation
* Wed Jul 18 2001 Ryan Weaver <ryanw falsehope com>
- configure param --prefix=/usr got lost someplace, it's back.
- Including /usr/share/cdrdao/drivers now :)
* Thu May 31 2001 Ryan Weaver <ryanw falsehope com>
- Fixed bug in CD-TEXT writing code that caused the problems with the
unreliable read back of the written CD-TEXT data
- Added CD-TEXT writing capability to the 'generic-mmc-raw' driver; the
recorder must support the 96 byte raw P-W sub-channel writing mode to
make use of it
- Fixed bug in generic-mmc-raw driver: the TOC type was not written correctly
and some flags for data tracks were missing in the lead-in
- Fixed handling of toc type for multi session CDs: the toc-type of
a session that just contains audio tracks is always CD_DA, even in multi
- BURN Proof support added by ITOH Yasufumi/Martin Buck
- Fixed bug in calculating the CDDB id (SourceForge bug 413467)
- Added option --with-cddb to read CDDB data automatically with commands
'copy', 'read-toc' and 'read-cd'; it is now possible to add CD-TEXT data
from CDDB while performing an on-the-fly copy
- Updated to libscg-0.5 from cdrtools-1.10
- Handle drives that do not support the explicit power calibration command
- Blanking of CD-RWs is now officially supported (command 'blank',
- Updated CD-R vendor table
- Settings are now first read from "/etc/cdrdao.conf" and
"/etc/defaults/cdrdao" and then from "$HOME/.cdrdao"
- Added command 'msinfo' to output multi session information suitable for
- Overburning is now prevented by default and must be explicitly requested
with option '--overburn'. Fix for Debian bug #79585
- Fixed error in cdrdao's manual page (Debian bug #82816,
- cdrdao's help screen was reworked by Michael Reinelt
- Added Giuseppe Corbelli's enhancements for the 'mp32dao' script
- Makefiles now use make variable 'datadir' to specify the share directory
- Fixed printing toc-file name with command 'copy --keepimage'
* Mon Aug 28 2000 Ryan Weaver <ryanw infohwy com>
- Created new 'toshiba' driver for 'read-toc'/'read-cd' with Toshiba
- Added full multi session support to the 'cdd2600' driver.
- CD-TEXT is written without any copy protection flags now.
- Added CDDB access to add title and artist data as CD-TEXT to an
existing toc-file. The direct cddbp and the http encapsulated protocol
- Added support to better handle disks written in track-at-once mode with
'read-cd' and 'read-toc' (see options --tao-source and --tao-source-adjust).
- Fixed bug that prevented recording of pure data CDs with the recent HP
and Sony recorder models in single session mode.
For multi session mode the restrictions mentioned in the README are
- Fixed 'unit not ready' problems after writing with the 'generic-mmc'
and 'generic-mmc-raw' driver.
- Toc-files with tracks that are shorter than 4 seconds will be recorded
if option '--force' is given.
- Some of the command line options are now saved to a settings file
"$HOME/.cdrdao" if option '--save' is given.
- The driver database is now kept in an external file so it is possible
to update the database between the cdrdao releases. Actual driver
database files will be available from
- Added new option '--keepimage' which keeps the created image file after
the command 'copy' finishes.
- Fixed bug in CD-TEXT reading code: CD-TEXT fields with empty strings were
only read for the first track.
- Driver 'generic-mmc': If the power calibration fails the recording process
will be aborted now.
- Driver 'generic-mmc-raw': Added explicit power calibration.
- Xcdrdao is now a Gnome application and will be called "Gnome CD Master"
(gcdmaster) in future.
- Added table wise entry of CD-TEXT title/performer data.
- Added a dialog to extract a CD to the hard disk.
- Added a dialog to do CD to CD copy, with "on the fly" as an option.
- Speed and record buffer are now selectable in the GUI.
- When reading/duplicating a CD you can set the paranoia mode.
RPMs are built on a Pentium II 400mhz w/128megs RAM with RedHat 7.1
plus updates from ftp://updates.redhat.com installed.
These files are also available on the following sites
PGP Key can be found at ftp://ftp.falsehope.com/pub/Ryan_Weaver.pgp.key
GPG Key can be found at ftp://ftp.falsehope.com/pub/Ryan_Weaver.gpg.key
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