UDF is the name of the beast - not native to 2.2.x kernels yet.
Check out http://trylinux.com/projects/udf/
I don't use it yet - my machine with the CD-RW has a 2.0.x kernel
and I don't need UDF or want to upgrade yet.
> I am wondering whether anyone has been able to use a CDRW drive
> under any Linux distribution, but esp Red Hat 6.0, in the manner
> in which Adaptec's DirectCD does - ie incremental, packet writing.
> This means one can read/write/erase CDRWs just as one would with
> a hard disk partition. This is different from CD Mastering.
Understood - but are you using CD-RW disks, or creating CD-R frisbees
dodgy "will it work/give it a try" jobs :)
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