Mkisofs 2.01 is not what you see here. This line is only a fake for too clever GUIs and other frontend applications. In fact, this program is: genisoimage 1.1.10 (Linux) /quote (That's from Fedora, I assume version numbers differ.) AFAIK, the actual mkisofs is known to be unable to create isos from more than 4GB of files, (but I haven't.growisofs - combined mkisofs frontend/DVD recording program.
Coreldraw x8 for mac. There are several undocumented options commonly denoted with -use-the-force-luke prefix. Some of them serve debugging purposes. Some require certainknowledge about recording process or even OS kernel internals and as being such can induce confusing behaviour. Some are to be used in very specific situationsbetter recognized by front-ends or automated scripts. Rationale behind leaving these options undocumented is that those few users who would actually need touse them directly can as well consult the source code or obtain specific instructions elsewhere.
When using growisofs you may not use the -o option for an output file. growisofs dumps the image directly to the media;
You don't have to specify the -C option to create a higher level session on a multisession disk, growisofs will construct one for you;
Otherwise everything that applies to [multisession] mastering with mkisofs applies to growisofs as well. growisofs needs atleast mkisofs version 1.14, version 2.0 is required for multisession write-once recordings.
To master and burn an ISO9660 volume with Joliet and Rock-Ridge extensions on a DVD or Blu-ray Disc:
growisofs -Z /dev/dvd -R -J /some/files
To append more data to same media:
growisofs -M /dev/dvd -R -J /more/files
Make sure to use the same options for both initial burning and when appending data.
To finalize the multisession DVD maintaining maximum compatibility:
growisofs -M /dev/dvd=/dev/zero
To use growisofs to write a pre-mastered ISO-image to a DVD:
growisofs -dvd-compat -Z /dev/dvd=image.iso
where image.iso represents an arbitrary object in the filesystem, such as file, named pipe or device entry. Nothing is growing here and command name is notintuitive in this context.
If the media already carries isofs and growisofs is invoked with -Z option non-interactively, e.g. through cron, it shall fail with 'FATAL:/dev/dvd already carries isofs!' Note that only ISO9660 is recognized, you can perfectly zap e.g. an UDF filesystem non-interactively. Recommendation is toprepare media for unattended usage by re-formatting or nullifying first 64KB in advance.
'Overburn' protection in pre-mastered image context works only with plain files and ISO9660 formatted volumes. E.g. [given that /dev/root is an ext2formatted file system larger than 4.7GB] /dev/dvd=/dev/root is bound to produce corrupted recording.
Note that DVD+RW re-formatting procedure does not substitute for blanking. If you want to nullify the media, e.g. for privacy reasons, do it explicitly with'growisofs -Z /dev/dvd=/dev/zero'.
Playback of re-writable DVD media, both DVD+RW and DVD-RW, might be limited in legacy DVD-ROM/-Video units. In most cases this is due to lower reflectivityof such media.
Even though growisofs supports it, playback of multisession write-once DVD might be limited to the first session for two reasons:
The above is not applicable to DVD+RW, DVD-RW Restricted Overwrite, DVD-RAM or Blu-ray Disc, as volumes are grown within a single session.
When growisofs 'runs into' blank Blu-ray Disc media, BD-RE or BD-R, it gets pre-formatted with minimal spare area size of 256MB.
The manpage for mkisofs.
This manpage is currently maintained by Huub Reuver <[email protected]>.
Is your Mac up to date with the latest version of the Mac operating system (macOS or OS X)? Is it using the version required by some other product that you want to use with your Mac? Which versions are earlier (older) or later (newer, more recent)? To find out, learn which version is installed now.
If your macOS isn't up to date, you may be able to update to a later version.
From the Apple menu in the corner of your screen, choose About This Mac. You should see the macOS name, such as macOS Mojave, followed by its version number. If you need to know the build number as well, click the version number to see it.
This example shows macOS Catalina version 10.15 build 19A583.
These are all Mac operating systems, starting with the most recent. When a major new macOS is released, it gets a new name, such as macOS Catalina. As updates that change the macOS version number become available, this article is updated to show the latest version of that macOS.
If your Mac is using an earlier version of any Mac operating system, you should install the latest Apple software updates, which can include important security updates and updates for the apps that are installed by macOS, such as Safari, Books, Messages, Mail, Music, Calendar, and Photos.
|macOS High Sierra||10.13.6|
|OS X El Capitan||10.11.6|
|OS X Yosemite||10.10.5|
|OS X Mavericks||10.9.5|
|OS X Mountain Lion||10.8.5|
|OS X Lion||10.7.5|
|Mac OS X Snow Leopard||10.6.8|
|Mac OS X Leopard||10.5.8|
|Mac OS X Tiger||10.4.11|
|Mac OS X Panther||10.3.9|
|Mac OS X Jaguar||10.2.8|
|Mac OS X Puma||10.1.5|
|Mac OS X Cheetah||10.0.4|