Release Notes: Some problems with 64 bit systems have been fixed. Support for Cygwin-1.x has been added. mkisofs now defaults to -pad to make it less likely to get an I/O error on the last file on the CD. Several other small fixes have been made.
Release Notes: This is the fourth stage of libscg restructuring, with a new Remote SCSI (SCSI Anywhere) protocol that allows use of a CD-writer on a remote host, several workarounds for bad firmware in recent Philips ATAPI drives, and functional USB with Linux 2.4 kernels that include the latest patch for correct SCSI status return.
Release Notes: This is the third phase of curent libscg restructuring. The lower (OS dependant) layer of libscg is now completely separated from the upper layer. This allows one to add new features without changing the interface. Testers are needed to check if this version of cdrtools compiles on all formerly supported platforms.
Release Notes: This is the second phase of current libscg restructuring. Libscg should print all error messages to stderr instead of using a mix of stdout/stderr, which has been done by a major rewrite of all error message routines.
Release Notes: libscg was restructured. Testing is needed on all systems (mainly other than Solaris & Linux) to make sure that there are no bugs that have been introduced by the changes.
Release Notes: A buffer overflow vulnerability fixed. New features include better support for the newer Linux sg SCSI driver, support for DAO audio with pregapsize 0 on Sony & Goldstar drives, support for 99 minute CD's, support for C2 error scan. and recognition of high speed CD-RW media by the ATIP decoder. mkisofs now has Eltorito multi boot support, complete integration with mkhybrid, and support for copying audio CD's with illegal TOC entries. Support was also added for Solaris' USCSI transport interface (as fallback).
Release Notes: Fixes were made for problems with Linux-2.2.10, a problem under 2.4 that caused cdrecord & cdda2wav to abort with ENOMEM, and a problem with 99-minute CDs.
Release Notes: This release adds support for: the Solaris USCSI transport interface, the new Linux-2.4 SG driver features, reading of C2-error pointers (for CD-quality check), the new 99-minute CD-R media, and ATIP for high speed (10x) CD-RW media. Mkisofs now allows you to include '=' in filenames even when using graft pointers.
Release Notes: BURN-Proof support, a DAO pregapsize == 0 workaround for Sony/Goldstar drives, support for short tracks and illegal lead out on audio CDs (HIM CD and similar), a fix for a buffer overflow with the dev= option, cdda2wav checks for illegal ISRC codes, and mkisofs support for multiple El Torito boot images.
Release Notes: Forced DAO to circumvent Ricoh Firmware bug, Sanyo BURN-Proof support, many new codes for disk manufarturer decoder, better TOC handling in cdda2wav, APPLE HFS hybrid code integrated into mkisofs, completely rewritten ISO-9660 filename handling, full UNICODE support for Joliet, and more.