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Posted on 21-Oct-2003 20:49 GMT by |^DaNi^|18 comments
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Dvdrtools is a full complete burn dvd-r/rw for amiga and pegasos system dvdrtools is a package with four programs which were originally developped for Linux, but now are ported to AmigaOS. All of the programs are shell-based, only for the main program dvdrecord an Arexx-GUI is available. The programs themselves are completely in English. For download, click here http://kuddelone.gmxhome.de/dvdrtools/dvdrtools-e.html and dowload your setup (valid atapi.device,cyberppc.device,scsi.device etc)
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Dvdrtools ported to AmigaOS & Morphos Burn Dvd-R/RW : Comment 12 of 18ANN.lu
Posted by Fabio Alemagna on 22-Oct-2003 10:07 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Kjetil):
> the size limit is removed with AmigaOS3.5 AmigaOS3.9,

I don't recall AOS3.x having a 64 bit *filesystem* API. You are thinking of 64 bit access to devices.

This is all due to the clumsiness of dos.library and the underlying filesystem interface, and the fact that files are treated differently than devices.
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