Since becoming a father I no longer have time to maintain GnomeBaker. That
is now done by a kind fellow called Mario Danic.
Certainly the multisession disk stuff used to work, I implemented it such
the GB always created a multisession disk.
I'm a little rusty here but I thought that if you used the -multi option
then the nofix was implied?
On Jan 4, 2008 4:24 PM, Mirko D=F6lle <mid@...> wrote:
> Hello Luke,
> sorry for contacting you directly. I'm reviewing Linux CD/DVD burning
> applications for the next issue of c't. Among them of course GnomeBaker.
> In the feature list, I find that GnomeBaker supports multisession disks.
> But I
> can't find out how to avoid fixing the disk after burning the first
> session. I
> tried TAO and SAO modes, in hope it would append automatically --nofix to
> cdrecord call, but all I get is a fixed CD, where I can't append the
> I don't want to write that there is no useable multisession support at th=
> moment without prior confirmation by you or any other project relative.
> Perhaps I simply did something wrong or overlooked an option somewhere.
> currently using version 0.6.2 from Ubuntu 7.10 and cdrecord-ProDVD as
> With best regards,
> Mirko D=F6lle
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