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Hi I have a machine with a cdwriter. Is it possible to make this cdwriter available to a number of linux box. Very similar to NFS but never tried it with cdwriter. All machines are installed with RH7.3. How can I do this. Any help appreciated. Hiten...

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    Hi

    I have a machine with a cdwriter. Is it possible to make this cdwriter
    available to a number of linux box. Very similar to NFS but never tried it
    with cdwriter. All machines are installed with RH7.3.

    How can I do this.

    Any help appreciated.

    Hiten


    Hitendra Guest

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    In comp.os.linux.setup Hitendra Patel <ac.uk> wrote: 

    SSH into the machine and use cdrecord directly on the machine.
    Davide

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    Sorry my mistake.. copying files/directories etc from a linux box to a
    machine that has the cdwriter.

    Hiten

    "Davide Bianchi" <net> wrote in message
    news:bur9g4$l3iar$news.uni-berlin.de... 
    >
    > SSH into the machine and use cdrecord directly on the machine.
    > Davide
    >
    > --
    > | When I first started working with sendmail, I was convinced that the
    > | cf file had been created by someone bashing their head on the
    > | keyboard. After a week, I realised this was, indeed, almost certainly
    > | the case --Unknown[/ref]


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    In comp.os.linux.setup Hitendra Patel <ac.uk> wrote: 

    I understood you right the first time. In order to write on the CD
    the system have to directly send command to the SCSI subsystem, this
    can't be done by remote and shouldn't be done (you don't know what's
    going on on the remote machine), so, you copy your data onto the machine
    or better yet make an ISO image on your own machine and then
    transfer the ISO image over the network to the remote machine, then
    SSH into the machine and use cdrecord to burn the image directly.

    Davide

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    Hitendra Patel wrote: 
    There are a few applications/network daemons out there that let you do
    that. I have not used any of them, however,
    http://joerghaeger.de/webCDwriter/ seems to be well maintained.

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    Davide Bianchi wrote: 
    >
    > I understood you right the first time. In order to write on the CD
    > the system have to directly send command to the SCSI subsystem, this
    > can't be done by remote and shouldn't be done (you don't know what's
    > going on on the remote machine), so, you copy your data onto the machine
    > or better yet make an ISO image on your own machine and then
    > transfer the ISO image over the network to the remote machine, then
    > SSH into the machine and use cdrecord to burn the image directly.
    >[/ref]

    Well, it _can_ be done, using recent cdrtools/cdrecord versions'
    "rscsi" (Remote SCSI, obviously) facility.

    man cdrecord.

    And, as rscsi is as highly portable as the whole cdrtools package,
    this is even possible between differing OSes on either end of the
    LAN connection, even (yes...) the Win32 family.
    This does work fine for me; I even have been able to use 3 cdrecord
    instances to 3 cd-burners simultaneously (2 local, 1 remote.) ;-)).

    The security aspects of this approach are another story, obviously,
    - some of which are indeed discussed in the cdrtools doentation.

    Juergen
    Juergen Guest

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