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  •  30 Sep 2002 09:26
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    Release Notes: In this release, cdrecord -prcap now uses the same output format for MMC and MMC-3 drives. cdrecord now tries to handle drives that don't support speed=1 and previously failed with cdrecord speed=1. The new option -immes sets the SCSI "Immed" flag for some commands and this way frees the IDE bus for long lasting commands. -force will no longer remove any RAW speed restriction but only reduce reserve fom 2 to 1. There is a new environment variable, "CDR_FORCERAWSPEED". cdda2wav now also supports speed= like cdrecord for better compatibility. mkisofs HFS code now handles uo to 4 GB.

    •  23 Sep 2002 15:27
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      Release Notes: A workaround was made for a Linux kernel SCSI bug. A recently introduced bug with cdrecord -fix has been fixed. A workaround for bad Linux scheduling performance has been introduced. New textual suboptions for -v were added in cdda2wav. Some CD-Extra fixes were made in cdda2wav. Readcd now has a new "speed=" option.

      •  12 Sep 2002 17:44
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        Release Notes: Support for Ultra high speed CD-RW ATIP was added. Support for MMC-2 & MMC-3 drive capabilities was added with cdrecord -prcap. A minor bug with cdda2wav -paranoia was fixed.

        •  02 Sep 2002 11:46
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          Release Notes: This release displays the drive's internal buffer fill ratio, the minimal drive buffer fill ratio, the predicted buffer underrun count, and the real buffer underrun count (Ricoh, Aopen, Yahama only). New options include driveropts=forcespeed, driveropts=tattooinfo, and driveropts=tattoofile=name. This release includes the first support for Yamaha DiskT@2, fixes a mkisofs bug with UDF dir permissions, and adds several cdda2wav CDDBP enhancements.

          •  27 Aug 2002 15:24
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            Release Notes: Support for Ricoh (and others) Just-Link was added.

            •  20 Aug 2002 08:27
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              Release Notes: Support for Yamaha AudioMaster was added. Spaces are now allowed as a separator for tags in /etc/default/cdrecord. Support for RAW data sectors has been included in the Open Source variant of cdrecord.

              •  12 Aug 2002 10:24
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                Release Notes: This release allows mkisofs to create Joliet names up to 107 characters, and to create UDF names up to 255 characters. It also fixes a byte order bug (Sparc/PPC) in cdda2wav that was present when -paranoia was used.

                •  30 Jul 2002 14:53
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                  Release Notes: cdrecord now writes MCN/ISRC even in RAW mode. A bug that caused cdrecord to write wrong relative time stamps into the pregap of audio CDs when writing in RAW mode with pregapsize !=0 has been fixed.

                  •  22 Jul 2002 11:12
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                    Release Notes: This version includes HFS support for Mac OS X in mkisofs, allows > 65353 directories in a filesystem, full DVD video support in mkisofs, and better TOC handling by cdda2wav.

                    •  09 Jul 2002 08:34
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                      Release Notes: The data structures were modified to allow for new features in the future. The speed= option no longer defaults to speed 1, but rather to a drive-specific value that is maximum speed for modern drives. A new test that prevents writing to CD-RW media too slowly was included, the DVD write speed is now displayed correctly, and preparation has been made for allowing the -dao option to work when writing DVDs. A bug that caused it to complain when trying to write to CD-RW media at 10x or faster was also fixed.

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