On Thu, Aug 10, 2000 at 11:27:56AM +0200, Soren Schmidt wrote:
> It seems Tony Finch wrote:
> > Soren Schmidt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > >It seems Koster, K.J. wrote:
> > >>
> > >> Am I right in thinking that a cdrom can have at most one data track? In that
> > >> case, I'd suggest assighing that track a standard device node. That way I
> > >> could just mount the data track of a cdrom, without worrying if that's track
> > >> 4 or track 1.
> > >
> > >Mostly yes, but there is nothing hindering multiple data tracks on
> > >the same CD. At any rate we only have access to one now anyways so
> > >that wouldn't hurt anything :)
> > How does this relate to multi-session CDs? Does that happen at a lower layer?
> Same thing, we always uses the last session written (which can
> include parts from earlier written sessions), so the first track
> on the last session will be the default track you get on /dev/acdN[ac]
> just as it is now.
Am I correct in thinking that the meta data in later sessions can point
to data block in the earlier sessions?
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