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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Mon, 12 Apr 2004
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cdrtools-devel sysutils files touched by this commit CD/DVD/BluRay and ISO-9660 image creation and extraction tools
mkisofs-devel sysutils  Deleted files touched by this commit Create iso9660/Rock Ridge/Joliet filesystems
- Update to 2.01a27.
  Notes: - Since 2.01a26 cdrecord has a new option "-tao" (Track At Once)
           for what was the default write mode in previous versions.
           Currently, cdrecord still falls back to writing in TAO mode if
           no writing mode has been specified but this might change in a
           future version (infact, the release notes for 2.01a26 already
           say that cdrecord won't burn a CD if no write mode has been
         - Cdrecord 2.01a26 was broken in that it only wrote in TAO mode,
           which was fixed in 2.01a27.
  For changes since 2.01a25 see:
- Add a workaround for what appears to be a problem with gmake and certain
  locales on -current. [1]
- Correct a typo in pkg-descr.mkisofs inherited from the cdrtools ABOUT
- Remove the workaround for the broken mlockall(2) on EOL'ed FreeBSD 5.1.
- No longer compile with -DSOURCE_MODIFIED, the cdrecord sources are no
  longer altered by this port except for changing the location of the
  configuration file, which is done in compliance with the terms in
- Make the direct ATAPI transport (cooked_ioctl interface) of cdda2wav
  (e.g. when used via `cdda2wav -D /dev/acd0`) work on FreeBSD after
  ata(4) was GEOM'ifed and the CDIOCREADAUDIO ioctl removed.
  Note: For qualitiy reasons (e.g. to be able to fix/work around broken
        TOCs etc.) cdda2wav should be used with its generic_scsi interface
        (e.g. via `cdda2wav -D 2,0,0` and using atapicam(4) if you have an
        ATAPI device). However, there are some ATAPI devices around where
        the latter simply doesn't work (look at e.g. PR 62507 or the audit-
        trail of PR 60233 for examples).
- Properly initialise the verbosity level of cdda2wav when the cooked_ioctl
  interface is used so it's disabled by default (the outcome of this bug is
  actually compiler dependend, with GCC 2.95.4 verbosity is off by default,
  with GCC 3.3.3 it's on).

Note: The patches for the last two items where sent to Heiko Eissfeldt, the
      author of cdda2wav, and from his replies I was of the opinion that he
      "accepted" them and they would be incorporated in cdrtools 2.01a26.
      However, they still didn't show up in the cdrtools sources and I so
      far didn't get any reply to my email asking if there would be anything
      wrong with them.

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