Hardware Talk :: Mini-dvds?

Thanks Robert.

Oh, this is exactly the thing I've been waiting for ages, ever since I got my first 486 with a blu-ray drive. Up until now I could only read on it!
- the first thing that popped into my mind as I read the readme of cdrtools mentioning blu-ray burning :)

Fits nicely in 4.x.

Does not fit in 3.x.
If wanted in 3.x then something has to go.

You don't have to add cdda2wav, maybe removing it would give enough space?
There's also dvd+rw-tools utilities which handle blueray, dvd+rw and a range of other formats.

However dsl would still need cdrecord (from cdrtools) to burn cd-r(w).  Besides mkisofs I didn't think(?) dsl included all of the other cdrtools utils, but that isoinfo could be useful.

See http://fy.chalmers.se/~appro/linux/DVD+RW/

This includes growisofs which is the engine behind tkdvd and k3b.

I have growisofs and dvd+rw-format in a uci I never got round to posting since it had pile of utilities some of which depended on another uci (wip).  I can repackage and post.

growisofs is 58K,  dvd+rw-format is 19K.  Probably unstripped.

Alternatively, there is a 2.4.xx kernel patch (see above site) to do dvd+rw but the author is very ambiguous about it, and seems to be recommending the user space utils.

original here.