fedora equivalent of recovery disk
geleem at bellsouth.net
Wed Dec 14 01:59:14 UTC 2011
On 12/13/2011 06:26 PM, Michael Hennebry wrote:
> On Mon, 12 Dec 2011, g wrote:
>> i am familiar with the dd options of -skip and -seek. just not familiar
>> with proper way to use dd with cdrecord.
>> can someone elaborate?
> cdrecord can read from a pipe.
i have read 'man cdrecord', but i did not recall using of 'pipe'. i have
now red back thru 'man cdrecord' and search for 'pipe' to see just how
pipes are used.
now i have some playing to do to see just how they work.
i have gotten used to using k3b when i do file and directory backup.
i find it easier to drag and drop files and directories in a gui than
trying to remember where everything is and enter it on a command line.
having started at cli, gui has made me lazy and not recalling of what
i once new. of course there are a lot more commands to know with the
advancing of technology. cd/dvd being just one of them.
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