We use 2 CDRecord-calls to create the unencrypted multi-session
Please note that you need to check at least the -dev=0,0,0 parameter, if necessary
you need to alter it to suit your environment!
The first CDRecord-call will create the first session of the CD, the
only track of this session is created out of WARNING.WAV.
Here is a description of the parameter-list of this first CDRecord-call:
As the Jaguar-CD-player suppports only single- and double-speed it is a
good idea to burn the CD in the lowest possible speed, therefore we
(try to) set the speed CDrecord uses to 1 = single-speed. Unfortunately
modern CD-burners don't support low-speed burning anymore, CDRecord
will then use the lowest speed the burner-hardware supports (like
-dev=0,0,0 Tells CDRecord which burner it should use.
to get a list of all burners available in your computer-system.
-pad Tells CDRecord to pad the individual tracks to a size in a
multiple of 2352 bytes.
-audio Tell CDRecord that the tracks are audio-tracks, using this
parameter is necessary as the default-type for multi-session CDs is
-multi Tells CDRecord to create a TableOfContent (TOC) supporting
multi-session and to keep the CD open.
The second CDRecord-call will create the second session of the CD,
containing 3 tracks ("HV.RAW", "PM_DUMMY.RAW",
As the call doesn't include the -multi-Parameter
this will be
the last session of the CD because CDRecord will finish it.