When I try to write a CD-R I get all kinds of errors in the toc file that Cdrdao has created itself with the read-cd command. The errors are:
ERROR: d:\cdrdao.toc:9: Illegal token: \
ERROR: d:\cdrdao.toc:9: syntax error at "EOF" missing EndString
ERROR: d:\cdrdao.toc:9: syntax error at "EOF" missing Integer
ERROR: Start position 0 exceeds available data of file "d:".
ERROR: d:\cdrdao.toc:9: Cannot determine length of track data specification.
ERROR: d:\cdrdao.toc:9: syntax error at "cdrdao.bin" missing Eof
ERROR: d:\cdrdao.toc:17: Illegal token: \
My command line with read-cd was:
cdrdao read-cd --device 0,1,0 --driver generic-mmc --datafile d:\cdrdao.bin d:\cdrdao.toc
The write command line I used was:
cdrdao write --device 1,0,0 --driver generic-mmc d:\cdrdao.toc
OS: Windows 2000 Pro
CDROM: Philips 40x
Thanks for your help.
I already found out what the problem is. Cdrdao cannot handle the backslash in Windows directories. Would be nice if a future version could.
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