[QUOTE=cholla;2625596]I should have checked out the K3b software then I would have known it was for linux.
Like many I have only used linux on a limited basis . So just a hint when you post put that you are working with linux. Even for those that use linux the specific version you use would be helpful.
In checking the ImgBurn forum linux can use it with Wine installed . One of the posts there said ASPI layer works better than SPTI for Wine. I’m sure it takes some work but I think it would be worth it to be able to use ImgBurn. I’m sure not the one to guide you in this . I hope some member is maybe debro .[/QUOTE]
Thank you very much! I google for imgburn on linux, i find it, http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=2045 i would try, I would prefer a can real-time and delete and modification burn a CD-r open source software, don’t know you have you already seen? The meaning is CD-r of the file system is udf, like hard disk use, the site has instructions, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Disk_Format “
Normally, authoring software will master a UDF file system in a batch process and write it to optical media in a single pass. But when packet writing to rewriteable media, such as CD-RW, UDF allows files to be created, deleted and changed on-disc just as a general-purpose filesystem would on removable media like floppy disks and flash drives. This is also possible on write-once media, such as CD-R, but in that case the space occupied by the deleted files cannot be reclaimed (and instead becomes inaccessible).
Multi-session mastering is also possible in UDF, though some implementations may be unable to read disks with multiple sessions”