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danboid
http://gnomefiles.org/app.php/Brasero

Has anybody tried running this under pdaXrom on a cxxxx with an usb(2) DVD burner? Does it work? Any packages for 1.1b1 anywhere?

EDIT

Looks like you need a 2.6 kernel sad.gif

Anybody this under OZ or a recent pdaX then?
desertrat
QUOTE(danboid @ Oct 20 2006, 11:49 AM)
Has anybody tried running this under pdaXrom on a cxxxx with an usb(2) DVD burner? Does it work?

Don't know, I've only used cdrecord. What I have found is that because pdaXrom lacks the UDF module (in beta3 or below, ie the 2.4 kernel - not sure about the 2.6 kernels though), it'll read DVD-r's that are in ISO9660 format (I suspect it'll also write to DVD's if you use ISO), or DVD-RAM that are formatted in a supported filesystem (I've had success with ext2). However when I mount a DVD-RAM (only tried ext2) it gets mounted as read-only (says that disc is write protected). So no writing to DVD-RAM, this is something that I would really love to be able to do - it makes a great backup medium.
cal
I think the Z's USB port is only USB 1.1 not 2.
danboid
cal:

yes I know, only 4x speed CD burning and, what, 1x DVD burning, maybe?

Not the fastest burning setup ever but sure beats not being able to burn at all!

Desertrat:

Shame about that lack of DVD-RAM writing support, but i noticed that the latest brasero supports a different new backend in addition to cdrecord, and as you say things might be different under 2.6 anyway.
cal
QUOTE(danboid @ Oct 20 2006, 11:55 AM)
cal:

yes I know, only 4x speed CD burning and, what, 1x DVD burning, maybe?

Not the fastest burning setup ever but sure beats not being able to burn at all!

Desertrat:

Shame about that lack of DVD-RAM writing support, but i noticed that the latest brasero supports a different new backend in addition to cdrecord, and as you say things might be different under 2.6 anyway.
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I didn't know that any usb1.1 dvd writers had been made. I'm sure you will be able to get it to work if there are.
desertrat
QUOTE(cal @ Oct 20 2006, 04:19 PM)
I didn't know that any usb1.1 dvd writers had been made.  I'm sure you will be able to get it to work if there are.

I'm using one of these interfaces attached to a standard IDE DVD writer

http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=19076
Drake01
QUOTE(cal @ Oct 20 2006, 11:19 AM)
QUOTE(danboid @ Oct 20 2006, 11:55 AM)
cal:

yes I know, only 4x speed CD burning and, what, 1x DVD burning, maybe?

Not the fastest burning setup ever but sure beats not being able to burn at all!

Desertrat:

Shame about that lack of DVD-RAM writing support, but i noticed that the latest brasero supports a different new backend in addition to cdrecord, and as you say things might be different under 2.6 anyway.
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I didn't know that any usb1.1 dvd writers had been made. I'm sure you will be able to get it to work if there are.
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I'm pretty sure that the Zaurus port is USB2.0, but I know it doesn't support the full speed of 2.0. I'm guessing this is a 2.0 protocol with 1.1 speed, or something like that.
Antikx
QUOTE(Drake01 @ Oct 21 2006, 09:38 AM)
I'm pretty sure that the Zaurus port is USB2.0, but I know it doesn't support the full speed of 2.0.  I'm guessing this is a 2.0 protocol with 1.1 speed, or something like that.
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Yup, you're correct. Meanie's website gives the specifics.
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