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Burning a CD/DVD on a Linux system with the cdrecord command

If you need to burn a CD or DVD from an ISO file from the command line on a Linux system, you can use the cdrecord command. If you include the -v argument to the program, you will see verbose information on the actions performed by the utility and the progress as it writes to the optical disc. When the program is finished you can use the eject command to eject the disc.

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Fri, May 07, 2010 8:13 pm

Burning an ISO File to Disc Under Linux

To burn a .iso file to a disc, you can use the cdrecord command under Linux, if you have the cdrecord package installed. E.g., cdrecord -v slax-6.1.2.iso. The -v option, increments the general verbosity level by one. This can be used to display the progress of the writing process.

CDRecord is a command line CD/DVD recording program. Cdrecord is an application for creating audio and data CDs. Cdrecord works with many different brands of CD recorders, fully supports multi-sessions and provides human-readable error messages.

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