i think, the problems are located in mycdwrite, the
cdwriter program used by xcdroast. It is a modified version
of cdwrite-2.0 and grabs VERY much CPU-Time, but obviously
doesn't do his job.
sorry, i'm a bit frustrated having 7 junk CD's now, and at
the moment don't want to hunt the bugs -- it's so expensive.
IMHO, it's a little bit dangerous to use xcdroast anyway, because
it must be run as root.
The original cdwrite2.0 program works with one small patch
and produces good CD's at my AS400 alpha machine.
You can download the patched source as:
btw, this server is an AS400 running linux-axp.
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