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Re: [Bug-xorriso] To Thomas Schmitt: how to go on, xorriso is installed

From: Thomas Schmitt
Subject: Re: [Bug-xorriso] To Thomas Schmitt: how to go on, xorriso is installed
Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2019 13:38:22 +0200


i just tested a rename run for your xorriso CD:

  xorriso -for_backup \
          -dev /dev/sr0 \
          -mv '/home/verwalter/temp/2019-03-17_Eselsburger Tal/*' / --

The files from the Tal should then show up in the ISO root directory,
when the medium is ejected, rloaded, and mounted.

The quotation marks are important not only for the blank character in
your directory name, but also for the "*" which shall be seen by xorriso
and thus must be protected from the shell parser.

We have to work with "*" here because the target is the root directory.
(Else a command like
  -move '/home/verwalter/temp/2019-03-17_Eselsburger Tal' /Bilder_2019_03_17
would have been the clearer choice.)

It depends on the number of files how large the add-on session will
become. Typically 1 to 10 MB. Plus the session gap size of 11 MB.
xorriso command -toc will then show two sessions

  TOC layout   : Idx ,  sbsector ,       Size , Volume Id
  ISO session  :   1 ,        32 ,     89888s , ISOIMAGE
  ISO session  :   2 ,     89920 ,       338s , ISOIMAGE

(This is from an ISO image file. A CD-R will have about 11 MB gap between
 end of the first session and start of the second session.)

You may also map-in new files in above xorriso run. Just append -map
commands after the "--" of -mv.

Have a nice day :)


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