cdfs, cddb – optical disc (CD, DVD, BD) track reader and writer
cdfs [ –d sddev ] [ –m mtpt ]|
grep aux/cddb /mnt/cd/ctl | rc
aux/cddb [ –DTt ] [ –s server ] query diskid ntracks track0id ...
Cdfs serves a one and a half level directory mounted at mtpt (default
/mnt/cd) that provides access to the tracks on discs placed in
the disc reader or writer named by sddev (default /dev/sdD0, see
sd(3)). Any MMC–compliant compact disc (CD), DVD, or Blu–ray disc
(BD) drive should work. On DVDs and BDs,
access to data tracks only is implemented.
format Format the rewritable disc (–RW or –RE) in the drive before initial use.
blank Blank the entire rewritable disc in the drive.
quickblank Blank only the table of contents on the rewritable disc in the drive.
eject Eject the disc in the drive.
ingest Ingest a disc into the drive.
speed kbps Set the reading and writing speed to use, in units of 1,000–bytes–per–second. A value of best requests the optimal speed for the current drive and disc. CD 1x speed is 154; DVD 1x speed is 1350; BD 1x speed is 4608. Drives may round down the speed to one they support. To set reading and
Backup to a BD–R disc:|
sd(3), 9660srv (in dossrv(4)), mk9660(8)|
http://www.t10.org optical disc interface standards
Fixating a BD–R disc records only the first track in the disc's
TOC. Any other tracks are still there and their data accessible
via sd(3). There's no need to fixate data discs, except to prevent
adding new tracks.