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mkisofs and cdrecord 2.01 for Windows (Cygwin) (Updated binaries)

Using the makefile cdrecord.mak, I compiled version 2.01 of cdrecord for Windows.

The resultant binaries (cdrecord, mkisofs, etc.) are available as cdrtools-latest.zip.

In order to compile under Cygwin 1.5.23, I applied the patch cdrtools-2.01.cygwin.patch.

You can use these without installing Cygwin, but you will need to have cygwin1.dll (included) in the same directory as the commands, or copy it to somewhere in your PATH.

If you have, or later install, Cygwin, you will need to delete the included cygwin1.dll, as Cygwin will not operate correctly if there two or more instances of cygwin1.dll.

Using the makefile cdrecord_dvdpatch.mak, I compiled a version of cdrecord that supports burning DVDs. The binaries are available as cdrtools-latest-dvdpatch.zip.

This version was produced using the following patches:

  1. cdrtools-2.01.01-dvd.patch.bz2 (From Warly)
  2. cdrtools-2.01a27-o_excl.patch.bz2 (From Warly)
  3. cdrtools-2.01a27-writemode.patch.bz2 (From Warly)
  4. cdrtools-2.01a27-o_excl.patch..patch (From me)
  5. cdrtools-2.01-force_uppercase.patch. (From me. This patch is based on Bart Lagerweij's cdrtools-2.01a18-bart.zip patch to mkisofs to allow one to burn a bootable Windows CD. Instead of changing the functionality (as Bart does), my patch adds two new options: -force-uppercase, and -no-iso9660-v2-warnings.)

See http://peoples.mandrakesoft.com/~warly/files/cdrtools for more information about this patch.

A Win32 version (via MingW) that does not rely on cygwin1.dll is available at http://cdrtools.bootcd.ru/ (currently not available, so download from here). This is the version that is included with PE Builder 3.13 and later.

A DOS version (via DJGPP) of cdrtools 2.01 is available at http://bootcd.narod.ru/index_e.htm. I have not tested this version.

To avoid having to specify the device on the command line, type the following:

$ cdrecord -scanbus

On my system, I get:

        1,0,0   100) 'SONY    ' 'DVD RW DRU-710A ' 'BY01' Removable CD-ROM
        1,1,0   101) 'LITE-ON ' 'LTR-48246S      ' 'SS08' Removable CD-ROM

So I created c:\cygwin\etc\default\cdrecord (with Unix line endings, unfortunately):

CDR_DEVICE=1,0,0
sony=1,0,0 -1 -1
liteon=1,1,0 -1	-1
dvd=1,0,0 -1 -1
cd=1,1,0 -1 -1

This allows me to leave off the -dev parameter, or to specify the device by name:

cdrecord -dev=dvd
cdrecord -dev=cd

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Is it possible to paste two images together with mkisofs?

You were right. I foolishly started passing -l to the zip command in my build script. This corrupted all of the .exe files. I just posted corrected binaries. In the process, I've renamed cdrtools-latest-cygwin.zip to just cdrtools-latest.zip, and cdrtools-latest-ross.zip to cdrtools-latest-dvdpatch.zip.

Multi s.o. on DVD

Hi all and great job Ross!

I try to integrate Multi distro Linux and WinXp with bootloader Grub4dos
and mkisofs 2.01.01a63 (i686-pc-cygwin)in to Dvd. Creating file size iso
of 3,8 max> 4,1gb.The folder is: 1070 The file is:11298

The option flag command line of mkisofs is:
mkisofs.exe -v -iso-level 3 -D -d -J -R -joliet-long -volid "GRLDR" -A GRLDR/MKISOFS -b grldr -no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -allow-multidot -allow-lowercase -hide boot.catalog.

Appears some error or warning:

Using SYMANTEC_ANTIVIRUS_CORPO000.PMI;1
install/Symantec.com/Packager/Products/Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition Server.PMI (Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition Client.PMI)

Using LINUX-RESTRICTED-MODULES-2000.;1
pool/restricted/l/linux-restricted-modules/linux-restricted-modules-2.6.28-11-server_2.6.28-11.15_i386.deb(linux-restricted-modules-2.6.28-11-generic_2.6.28-11.15_i386.deb).

When install Ubuntu appears error that warning of not kernel in APT sources.
Install dont continue!

Where it could be the error?
Or is the version of mkisofs to be updated?
Or the option flags are not correct?
I did other tests with option nolimit-pathtable
but error is still present.

However the problem is: is can integrate file
WinXP and Linux Distro?

Thanks

Regards

Multi s.o. on DVD

Hi all and great job Ross!

I try to integrate Multi distro Linux and WinXp with bootloader Grub4dos
and mkisofs 2.01.01a63 (i686-pc-cygwin)in to Dvd. Creating file size iso
of 3,8 max> 4,1gb.The folder is: 1070 The file is:11298

The option flag command line of mkisofs is:
mkisofs.exe -v -iso-level 3 -D -d -J -R -joliet-long -volid "GRLDR" -A GRLDR/MKISOFS -b grldr -no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -allow-multidot -allow-lowercase -hide boot.catalog.

Appears some error or warning:

Using SYMANTEC_ANTIVIRUS_CORPO000.PMI;1
install/Symantec.com/Packager/Products/Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition Server.PMI (Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition Client.PMI)

Using LINUX-RESTRICTED-MODULES-2000.;1
pool/restricted/l/linux-restricted-modules/linux-restricted-modules-2.6.28-11-server_2.6.28-11.15_i386.deb(linux-restricted-modules-2.6.28-11-generic_2.6.28-11.15_i386.deb).

When install Ubuntu appears erorr that warning of not kernel in APT sources.
Installaing dont continue!

Where it could be the error?
Or is the version of mkisofs to be updated?
Or the option flags are not correct?
I did other tests with option nolimit-pathtable
but error is still present.

However the problem is: is can integrate file
WinXP and Linux Distro?

Thanks

Regards

Help with UNC paths

Hi Ross and community,

Ross, thanks for making these tools available for Windows. There is one problem I am not sure how to work around and I was hoping someone would be able to help.

So far I have been successful creating ISOs with mkisofs that are sourced from local folders like so:

Mkisofs.exe -o "D:\test file.iso" -V "SOMELABEL" -J -R -graft-points 'Folder A=D:\Stuff\Folder A' 'Folder B=D:\Stuff\Folder B'

What isn't working are UNC paths:

Mkisofs.exe -o "D:\test file.iso" -V "SOMELABEL" -J -R -graft-points 'Folder A=D:\Stuff\Folder A' 'Folder B=\\Server\Share\Folder B'

Any way to make UNC paths work with mkisofs?

PS - I'm using PowerShell so everything inside the single quotes is supposed to be literal.

mkisofs/cdrtools on windows

Am I missing something here. cdrtools with cigwin is meant to be used with windows right. Does it bother anyone that it does not work under windows xp. Here is the link to my latest post on the matter.

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/mkisofs-error-783452/#post3837704

It may be that I a looking for answers in all the wrong places but all I a trying to do is build isos of the files on my d drive.
it needs disk spanning and I hae not been able to do that. Is there a way to get this to work under winxp.

mkisofs -path-list produces Invalid node message

Hi Ross.

I'm using mkisofs from cdrtools-latest.zip.
If I pass my directories using the command line, it works fine:
mkisofs.exe -o test.iso -J -joliet-long -r -graft-points "My Test"="My Test"

But if I create test.txt containing the line
"My Test"="My Test"
And use -path-list:
mkisofs.exe -o test.iso -J -joliet-long -r -graft-points -path-list test.txt
I get
mkisofs: No such file or directory. Invalid node - "My Test":

Any suggestions would be most welcome!

Andy

Work-around

I have not solved my issue with the -path-list parameter,
but I have found that the version of mkisofs located at
http://smithii.com/files/cdrtools-2.01-bootcd.ru-w32.zip
does not exhibit this problem. I had to remove the quotes
from my example test.txt file for it to work. The modified
file still does not work with version 2.01.01.

It would still be good to know what is wrong with the 2.01.01
version.

Thanks,
Andy

Crash Problem

Thank you for offering the Windows binaries for download.

I am able to use 'cdrecord -atip' (to determine media information) and 'cdrecord -blank=fast' successfully.

However, when I try to burn an ISO, using the following command:

cdrecord -v -sao cdimage.iso

cdrecord crashes! with the following error:

17 [main] cdrecord 3860 child_copy: stack write copy failed, 0x22C650..0x230000, done 0, windows pid 2278788, Win32 error 5

Any idea why this could happen?

I didn't want to burden this post with a long LOG from the program. If there is a way to attach it for further diagnostics this would be great.

Thanks!

cdrecordfan,

Can you try either or both of these, and see if you are able to reproduce the same issue with them?

Case of file-name characters and ISO standards

Hello,

I am puzzled by the following line from "mkisofs --help":

-allow-lowercase Allow lower case characters in addition to
the current character set (violates ISO9660)

Does this mean that the ISO9660 standard requires that names
of folders and files be in all upper case?

I use lower case, digits and _ in all my names -- will these
get changed to upper case on the CD (if -allow-lowercase is not
turned on)?

Thanks,

sg,

The ISO9660 filesystem requires the filenames to be all uppercase. There is nothing stopping you from including other filesystems on a CD, that allow lower case characters, which I believe include all of the other filesystems: HFS (-h), Joliet (-J), RockRidge (-R), UDF (-udf).

The -allow-lowercase simply allows lowercase characters to exist in the ISO9660 filesystem. I know of no practical reason why this switch is provided.

A great tool to explore the filesystems on a CD is IsoBuster.

Error with mkisofs command

I am trying to create a bootable CD. I'm doing this from XP SP2 Professional edition. I went to this site and downloaded the "The resultant binaries (cdrecord, mkisofs,etc). Unziped the files to a folder called cdrtools. So far so good..
Then I'm instructed to enter the following DOS command:
d:\boot\cdrtools\mkisofs -b .. \floppy288.img -c catalog -o .. \mycd.iso .. \floppy288.img
Then I get the following error message:
mkisofs: No such file or directory. Invalid node - \floppy288.img

I don't think I'm doing a typo here, but I'll be the 1st to admitt if I am. Any help please, I'm so close..

Ed Whittington

edwhitt

You listed:

mkisofs -b .. \floppy288.img -c catalog -o .. \mycd.iso .. \floppy288.img

You most likely mean:

mkisofs -b ..\floppy288.img -c catalog -o ..\mycd.iso ..\floppy288.img

If that doesn't work try:

cd ..
cdrtools\mkisofs -b floppy288.img -c catalog -o mycd.iso floppy288.img

Source including patches

Hi There

Where can I download cdrtools source for dvd including the 5 patches to compile on windows (Cygwin or msys)?? or how do i apply the patches. (not an *nix expert) Thanks

Thanks

about DOS version

hi,

i'm very interested of a recent DOS version of CDRTOOLS with DVD support ;)

cdrtools for DOS

see on bottom of this page for cdr rw tools for dos..

Roberto iw2evk
http://mik.dyndns.org/dos-stuff/

pathlist

Hi,
I was using a script to generate a pathlisth and create a iso file with mkisofs, and with this version the pathlist does not work, i was using before the version 1.13 and it works.
The path list I generate is like:
200707121945.txt=c:/CD/info.txt

any help?

Compiling with MinGW32 env

Hi, recently I've tried to build cdrtools with the latest source (cdrtools-2.01.01a23) in MinGW32 environment.
I followed a readme file "README.mingw32" in READMEs directory.
Here is the content of the file.

How to compile:

- Download (http://www.mingw.org) and install the following Mingw32 packages:

MinGW-3.1.0-1.exe
MSYS-1.0.10.exe

- Set PATH environment variable using command:

set path=c:\msys\1.0\bin;c:\mingw\bin;%path%

- enter 'make' command in top level directory of the unpacked project

That looks so simple and seems no problem to follow it.
But it didn't work even I set paths properly in /etc/profile in Cygwin environment
The error messages are like this:

make[2]: *** No rule to make target `../RULES/r-gmake.obj'. Stop.
make[2]: Leaving directory `/c/cygwin/home/Administrator/cdrtools-2.01.01/libuns'

../RULES/local.cnf:37: OBJ/i686-mingw32_nt-gcc/Inull: No such file or directory
../RULES/local.cnf:38: OBJ/i686-mingw32_nt-gcc/local.cnf: No such file or directory

modes.c:27:24: scg/scgcmd.h: No such file or directory
modes.c:28:25: scg/scsireg.h: No such file or directory
modes.c:29:28: scg/scsitransp.h: No such file or directory

Now I'm wondering if I CAN build for MinGW32 env successfully in Cygwin env.
I couldn't find any information in any websites.
Can you lead me to correct the problems?

The

The cdrtools-2.01a25-dvd.patch.bz2 file is not hosted by here.

Plus, it tar j's and bunzip2's just fine for me.

Try again, with cdrtools-2.01a27-dvd.patch.bz2.

Cris - Chat

I would start by applying this patch

Well, we know it can be done, as we have the binaries to prove it.

Searching Google for "cdrtools mingw patch", the first hit is http://fy.chalmers.se/~appro/linux/DVD+RW/tools/win32/cdrtools-2.01-bootcd.ru-src.diff, which, unfortunately, is for version 2.01.

I would start by applying this patch to 2.01, and see if it applies cleanly. If so, then I'd try it on 2.01.01a23. Let me know how it goes.

binaries that support dvd burning

The binaries are great. I like the idea of using cdrecord without the need to download cygwin.dll.
Unfortunately the code version they were compiled from doesn't support DVD burning :(.
Do you know how the author managed to compile them?
I took a look at the patch. It seems that the changes from diff are already applied to version 2.01.01a57 (this one is supposed to work with DVDs)
I've been struggling 2 days but I can only compile it under cygwin using smake. I can't compile smake under MinGW - MSYS
Could you give a clue how to get things work?
thanks

copiernik

I spent hours trying to compile smake, cooresponding with the author, but I was never able to get it to compile in MinGW. I eventually gave up in disgust.

Sorry I can't be of more help.

Cdrecord-Clone 2.01.01a01-dvd wont set record speed

respect the speed=0 param.

here is a commandline i am using
/projects/cdrecord.exe speed=0 -dev=0,2,0 -dao -v -v SUSE-Linux-10.1-GM-DVD-i386.iso

i am under the impression it should use the slowest speed supported.
instead of respecting that setting it goes at something like 11MB/sec causing buffer underruns (when using dvd+r 8x media).


//////////////////
more info

Cdrecord-Clone 2.01.01a01-dvd (i686-pc-cygwin) Copyright (C) 1995-2004 Jörg Schilling
Note: This version is an unofficial (modified) version with DVD support
Note: and therefore may have bugs that are not present in the original.
Note: Please send bug reports or support requests to .
Note: The author of cdrecord should not be bothered with problems in this version.
TOC Type: 1 = CD-ROM
scsidev: '0,2,0'
scsibus: 0 target: 2 lun: 0
Using libscg version 'schily-0.8'.
Using libscg transport code version 'schily-SPTI-scsi-wnt.c-1.45'
SCSI buffer size: 64512
atapi: -1
Device type    : Removable CD-ROM
Version        : 0
Response Format: 2
Capabilities   : 
Vendor_info    : 'SONY    '
Identifikation : 'DVD RW DW-Q28A  '
Revision       : 'KYS3'
Device seems to be: Generic mmc2 DVD-R/DVD-RW.
Current: 0x001B
Profile: 0x002B 
Profile: 0x001B (current)
Profile: 0x001A 
Profile: 0x0016 
Profile: 0x0015 
Profile: 0x0014 
Profile: 0x0013 
Profile: 0x0011 
Profile: 0x0010 
Profile: 0x000A 
Profile: 0x0009 
Profile: 0x0008 
/projects/cdrecord: Found DVD media: using cdr_mdvd.
Using Session At Once (SAO) for DVD mode.
Using Session At Once (SAO) for DVD mode.
Using Session At Once (SAO) for DVD mode.
Drive current speed: 0
Drive default speed: 370
Drive max speed    : 370
Selected speed     : 0
Using generic SCSI-3/mmc DVD-R(W) driver (mmc_mdvd).
Driver flags   : SWABAUDIO BURNFREE 
Supported modes: PACKET SAO
Drive buf size : 1602048 = 1564 KB
FIFO size      : 4194304 = 4096 KB
Track 01: data  3576 MB        
track: 1 start: 0 pregap: 150
Total size:     4106 MB (406:52.26) = 1830920 sectors
Lout start:     4107 MB (406:54/20) = 1830920 sectors
Track 1 start 0
Track 2 start 1830920
 41 00 A0 00 00 00 00 01 00 00 00 00
 41 00 A1 00 00 00 00 01 00 00 00 00
 41 00 A2 00 00 00 00 FA 54 20 00 00
 41 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 02 00 00 00
Current Secsize: 2048
  ATIP start of lead out: 157789 (35:05/64)
Blocks total: 2295104 Blocks current: 2295104 Blocks remaining: 464184
scsi_set_streaming
Speed set to 11080 KB/s
Starting to write CD/DVD at speed   8.0 in real SAO mode for single session.
Last chance to quit, starting real write    6 seconds.


thanks, mtm

cdrtools-latest.zip missing cdrecord.exe

cdrtools-latest.zip appears to be missing the cdrecord binary. Is there a previous version of this file available which includes the binary?

Thanks for heads up

Seems I didn't catch the build error, due to the getdelim() function in cdrecord/cue.c conflicting with stdio.h, as the make process doesn't stop on errors, as most other builds do.

It's fixed and posted. Sorry for the inconvience.

Output of mkisofs keeps changing

Hi,

I dowloaded the latest cdrtools-latest-dvdpatch.zip, and ran it on Win2K with a directory with a single large file (~3.5GB) to create an ISO. I did this 3 times, to produce 3 ISOs: cda.iso, cdb.iso, and cdc.iso.

I did an "fc /b" between the 3 ISO files, and found differences:

Comparing files cda.iso and CDB.ISO
00008335: 31 32
00008336: 39 30
00008337: 34 30
00008338: 38 30
00008339: 32 30
00008346: 31 32
00008347: 39 30
00008348: 34 30
00008349: 38 30
0000834A: 32 30
00008368: 31 32
00008369: 39 30
0000836A: 34 30
0000836B: 38 30
0000836C: 32 30
00008B35: 31 32
00008B36: 39 30
00008B37: 34 30
00008B38: 38 30
00008B39: 32 30
00008B46: 31 32
00008B47: 39 30
00008B48: 34 30
00008B49: 38 30
00008B4A: 32 30
00008B68: 31 32
00008B69: 39 30
00008B6A: 34 30
00008B6B: 38 30
00008B6C: 32 30
0000980F: 31 32
00009810: 39 30
00009812: 34 30
00009813: 38 30
00009815: 32 30
^C
E:\'Ziptemp>fc cda.iso cdc.iso /b
Comparing files cda.iso and CDC.ISO
00008335: 31 32
00008336: 39 30
00008337: 34 31
00008338: 38 30
00008339: 32 30
0000833A: 37 39
00008346: 31 32
00008347: 39 30
00008348: 34 31
00008349: 38 30
0000834A: 32 30
0000834B: 37 39
00008368: 31 32
00008369: 39 30
0000836A: 34 31
0000836B: 38 30
0000836C: 32 30
0000836D: 37 39
00008B35: 31 32
00008B36: 39 30
00008B37: 34 31
00008B38: 38 30
00008B39: 32 30
00008B3A: 37 39
00008B46: 31 32
00008B47: 39 30
00008B48: 34 31
00008B49: 38 30
00008B4A: 32 30
00008B4B: 37 39
00008B68: 31 32
00008B69: 39 30
00008B6A: 34 31
00008B6B: 38 30
00008B6C: 32 30
00008B6D: 37 39
0000980F: 31 32
00009810: 39 30
00009812: 34 31
00009813: 38 30
00009815: 32 30
00009816: 37 39
^C
E:\'Ziptemp>fc cdb.iso cdc.iso /b
Comparing files cdb.iso and CDC.ISO
00008337: 30 31
0000833A: 37 39
00008348: 30 31
0000834B: 37 39
0000836A: 30 31
0000836D: 37 39
00008B37: 30 31
00008B3A: 37 39
00008B48: 30 31
00008B4B: 37 39
00008B6A: 30 31
00008B6D: 37 39
00009812: 30 31
00009816: 37 39
^C

In other words, it looks like each time I run mkisofs, I get a slightly different ISO file, and at this point, I'm not sure if ANY of the ISOs I created with mkisofs are valid.

Are you aware of this? Is there any way that I can workaround this problem?

Thanks,
Jim

> 2 GB?

Great Job Ross!
Is your mkisofs able to handle files > 2GB? It seems to be a mkisofs limitation...

2GB is a limitation of the ISO9660 file system

Try using just UDF, and you should be able to burn an image >2GB.

how to UDF ?

My iso file over 4.2Gb, can you give me the command line to burn to dvd please, i'm using windows xp

mkisofs in windows 98

Hi,

I'm using "mkisofs 2.01-ross (i686-pc-cygwin)" from cdrtools-latest-dvdpatch.zip.

Trying to create a DVD ISO Image. I have in "c:\my movies" the DVD structure:
...........c:
..............my movies
.................dvd
....................AUDIO_TS
....................VIDEO_TS
........................*.vob
........................*.ifo
........................*.bup

I'm using the following syntax :

mkisofs -v -dvd-video -V "VOLUME-NAME" -o "c:\my movies\iso\movie.iso" "c:\my movies\dvd"

Wich is working perfectly in XP and 2000. but it doesn´t work in windows 98/ME. All I get is :

mkisofs 2.01-ross (i686-pc-cygwin)
Scanning c:\my movies\dvd
Scanning c:\my movies\dvd/VIDEO_TS
Scanning c:\my movies\dvd/AUDIO_TS

and nothing more !

Any clue ? Is the syntax not correct for 98/ME ?

Thanks .

I don't have access to Windows 98 to test on

psoares,

I have only tested the program on Windows XP SP1. I don't have access to any other flavor of Windows, so I can't test it to see why it's not working.

The syntax will be the same no matter what version of Windows you use.

Wish I could be of more help!

"cdrtools-latest-ross.zip" (14.09.2004) doesn't work !

The following Message appears:
This program cannot be run in DOS mode.
Tried with: cmd.exe or 4nt.exe with WinXP-SP2 or Server2003.
:-(

Works for me in Windows XP Pro SP1 w/ cmd.exe & bash

Here's my output from cmd.exe. Bash works similarly.

Are you sure you have 1 and only 1 cygwin1.dll in your PATH?

Z:\>for %i in (*.exe) do %i -version

Z:\>align_test.exe -version
/*
 * This file has been generated automatically
 * by @(#)align_test.c  1.19 03/11/25 Copyright 1995 J. Schilling
 * do not edit by hand.
 */
...

Z:\>avoffset.exe -version
/*
 * This file has been generated automatically
 * by @(#)avoffset.c    1.24 04/05/09 Copyright 1987, 1995-2004 J. Schilling
 * do not edit by hand.
...

Z:\>cdda2wav.exe -version
cdda2wav version 2.01_cygwin32_nt_1.5.10-0.116-4-2-_i686_i686

Z:\>cdrecord.exe -version
Cdrecord-Clone 2.01-dvd (i686-pc-cygwin) Copyright (C) 1995-2004 Jörg Schilling
Note: This version is an unofficial (modified) version with DVD support
Note: and therefore may have bugs that are not present in the original.
Note: Please send bug reports or support requests to .

Z:\>devdump.exe -version
devdump 2.01 (i686-pc-cygwin)
Z:\>isodebug.exe -version
isodebug 2.01 (i686-pc-cygwin)

Z:\>isodump.exe -version
isodump 2.01 (i686-pc-cygwin)

Z:\>isoinfo.exe -version
isoinfo 2.01 (i686-pc-cygwin)

Z:\>isovfy.exe -version
isovfy 2.01 (i686-pc-cygwin)

Z:\>mkisofs.exe -version
mkisofs 2.01-ross (i686-pc-cygwin)

Z:\>readcd.exe -version
readcd 2.01 (i686-pc-cygwin) Copyright (C) 1987, 1995-2003 Jörg Schilling

Z:\>rscsi.exe -version
E2
No such file or directory
Z:\>scgcheck.exe -version
scgckeck 2.01 (i686-pc-cygwin) Copyright (C) 1998-2002 Jörg Schilling

Z:\>skel.exe -version
scgskeleton 1.0 (i686-pc-cygwin) Copyright (C) 1987, 1995-2003 Jörg Schilling

"cdrtools-latest-ross.zip" (14.09.2004) doesn't work !

Hi

(all of the following tried with mkisofs.exe)

checked every partition for cygwin1.dll.
there were lots of them and even one more in path (openssh\bin).
renamed ALL!!! except one (v.1.5.10);
result: same (This program cannot be run in DOS mode).
then i tried it with other versions of cygwin1.dll (1.5.9 and 1.5.4);
result: same (This program cannot be run in DOS mode).
then i renamed command.com to have only cmd.exe in path;
result: same (This program cannot be run in DOS mode).

next: the outs of some versions:

H:\TEMP\test>mkisofs --version
mkisofs 2.0 (i686-pc-cygwin)

H:\TEMP\test>mkisofs --version
mkisofs 2.01a34-ross (i686-pc-cygwin)

H:\TEMP\test>mkisofs --version (from cdrtools-latest-cygwin.zip)
mkisofs 2.01-ross (i686-pc-cygwin)

H:\TEMP\test>mkisofs --version (from cdrtools-latest-ross.zip)
This program cannot be run in DOS mode.

H:\TEMP\test>

hope that helps.
btw. thanks for your efforts
bye

Fixed binaries have been updated

franklinger,

You were right. I foolishly started passing -l to the zip command in my build script. This corrupted all of the .exe files. I just posted corrected binaries. In the process, I've renamed cdrtools-latest-cygwin.zip to just cdrtools-latest.zip, and cdrtools-latest-ross.zip to cdrtools-latest-dvdpatch.zip.

Thanks for the notice,

Ross

cdrtools-2.01a25-dvd.patch

cdrtools-2.01a25-dvd.patch.bz2

I cannot unpack it for some reason on my WinXP. I tried to do this by tar with Cygwin and Mingw32 - it hangs. Can you upload the unpacked patch?

Your car is great thing without any doubt.

Aleksey

cdrtools-2.01a25-dvd.patch

Aleksey,

The cdrtools-2.01a25-dvd.patch.bz2 file is not hosted by here.

Plus, it tar j's and bunzip2's just fine for me.

Try again, with cdrtools-2.01a27-dvd.patch.bz2.

-Ross

mkisofs and .mkisofsrc optionsfile

Anybody here who knows how the options file is working on XP based mashines ? I´ve blasted the 255 character limit of the command line.
Otherwise -
Is it possible to paste two images together with mkisofs?

thanks in advance

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