@publius typically, the device auto detection works for me. wodim is a fork of cdrecord which contains a goulash of old device interfaces/drivers and odd command-line arguments/options. I usually use a command in the form of:
wodim -v driveropts=burnfree speed=1 some_image_name.iso
I have a default Debian /etc/wodim.conf and related /dev files.
I had fun live coding PDP-10 the other day, so here's a new video with live debugging. Writing hello entirely in DDT.
Lars kicks off our first foray into an Incompatible Timesharing System Boot Camp in 4 days on July 18 at 2000 UTC using our Public Access
The presentation will be recorded and made available on toobnix and elsewhere.
I'm looking for a volunteer or two interested in staffing a SDF table/exhibit at the upcoming
Vintage Computer Festival Midwest
The Chicago TI-99/4A Users Group will host a virtual meeting on Saturday, June 5th 2021 at 01:30 PM CDT / 18:30 UTC.
In preparation for moving off Twitch to the new Toobnix LIVE!, I have been moving my Patreon reward beverage dedication videos to the account I will be using for streaming. Follow me there in order to see future streams.
The Chicago TI-99/4A Users Group will host a virtual meeting on Saturday, May 15th 2021 at 01:30 PM CDT / 18:30 UTC.
I'm going to be on an actual radio show tomorrow night, ie, Thursday, 2021-05-06, at 7 PM US Eastern time, ie, 23z00 if I haven't once again completely misunderstood the concept of time zones.
Caliginous Collection of Junk
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko