Cdrtools (formerly CDRecord) for UNIX
Version 3.00 has been released.
Cdrtools is a program for writing CD-R images files from UNIX. For information about the latest version, please visit http://cdrecord.berlios.de/private/cdrecord.html
This description is reprinted with permission from the author, Jörg Schilling
Cdrtools (formerly Cdrecord) allows you to create CD's on a CD-Recorder from the command line. Cdrtools runs on:
SunOS 4.1.3 or later:
Solaris 2.3 or later:
sparc and x86.
x86, sparc and alpha.
NEW features of Cdrtools
Note: Version 3.00 has been released. Please see the author's homepage for updates.
- Mkisofs-1.11 included to allow Solaris users to read the old session from the CD-R device by using the scsi library.
- Minor patch to cure hang with Philips CDD-2600 & HP-6020i
NEW features of cdrecord-1.3b1 (outdated)
The files are located on:
The cdrecord distribution contains a SCSI user level transport library. The SCSI library is suitable to talk to any SCSI device without having a special driver for it.
If you need mkisofs, it is located on: