If burning with cdrecord, should the .iso file and the CDR be unmounted or mounted?
I bought new CDR's of a higher quality, but they are still not working.
it might be a shell problem, as I am being told in diskutil that permissions are not enabled on this device. I tried to repair permissions and was denied.
Here is the latest coaster error report from cdrecord:
natalie-stevensons-ibook-g4:/private/var/root/Desktop root# sudo cdrecord -v -pad speed=1 dev=1,0,0 ubcd503.iso
I don't mean to be rude, but, are you reading the links I posted? If you didn't, please do it. Here is another one, which I don't expect you to actually read, but just to take a look: http://linuxcommand.org/man_pages/cdrecord1.html
That page includes CDRecord parameters. Too many for you to solve your problem in an effective
There are MANY reasons for you to produce coasters with CDRecord. To mention only one (and there are many others), you should use a STANDARD speed. Look at your optical media. If the minimum is 4x, use that. If the minimum is 8x, use that.
As more general recommendations:
_ to reduce "coaster creation", use rewritable
_ for UBCD, try CD-RW or CD+RW, instead of DVD+-RW.
_ use 4x or 8x, not less, no more, whichever speed is compatible with your optical media.
_ if you are making coasters with several different tools under the same system, YOU SHOULD TRY USING A DIFFERENT SYSTEM.
There are other additional recommendations, but I won't get into them now. I am trying to be EFFECTIVE.
If you want more help specific to CDRecord (which is perfectly valid), then you should look for some specialized forum (BTW, CDRecord is not the best option to burn ISO images).
If you want help with UBCD
, or even with burning it, and you are willing to try a functional, trustworthy
system AS ALREADY SUGGESTED, then I am willing to help, and probably other users too. As with almost anything, you just need the adequate tool for the job and for you.