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Re: [vox-tech] CDRW Buffer Memory
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Re: [vox-tech] CDRW Buffer Memory

I have been using xcdroast (I like it). It has a setting were you set the 
buffer size for your cdrw. It works fine at 2MB, but 4MB is the default. It 
also allows me to set up some other features that I like. I will go on using 
2MB until I can get more 411.

So far I have sound, X, visor working I have the prointer to do next. I have 
installed the packeages for apache and have plenty of space for woody (12GB 
/home) I will be bringing my nephew tonight to LUGOD this should be 


On Tuesday 02 July 2002 12:35 pm, you wrote:
> right, but that was my point -- using the fs argument sets the fifo
> buffer.  but clearly you can't use more cdrw memory than the drive has.
> rusty, i'm pretty sure matt is correct here.  cdrecord probably queries
> the drive for its internal memory.  or perhaps it doesn't even need to
> know this information.  it just streams the data at the speed which you
> specify (i *know* that the max drive speed can be queried).
> in any event, as matt pointed out, i think you want to set your fifo
> buffer if anything.
> btw, the cdrecord man page talks about this very issue.  do man cdrecord
> and look at the first occurance of the word "interal".
> pete
> begin Matt Holland <mdholland@ucdavis.edu>
> > My understanding of CD burning under Linux is that cdrecord "just knows"
> > how much internal buffer your drive has, as long as it's a known drive
> > or conforms to the more recently defined standards.  You *can* set the
> > size of the fifo buffer using the fs= argument (see man cdrecord).
> >
> > Matt
> >
> > On Tuesday, July 2, 2002, at 11:51 AM, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > >i didn't know that cdrw's have internal memory (i guess that makes
> > >sense), but jooc, what do you need that info for?  i can't recall ever
> > >having to use that kind of info before.
> > >
> > >pete
> > >
> > >
> > >begin Rusty Minden <clownsinc@attbi.com>
> > >
> > >>I am not sure how much memory my MATSHITA UJDA720 DVD/CDRW has. I have
> > >>done a
> > >>google search, but it didn't come up with any links giving the info.
> > >>The
> > >>documentation that came with my computer does not have any details on
> > >>this
> > >>either. I am triing 2MB and it works, but if I have more I would
> > >>rather use
> > >>it all :-) Anyone know how to determine the memory of  a cdrw device?
> > >>
> > >>Rusty
> > >
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