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'[OT]: Using CD Writer Under Dos'
2001\10\25@222335 by Ed Roberts

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Can anyone recommend a CD-RW that comes with drivers to both read and
write under DOS?
Thanks,
Ed Roberts

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2001\10\25@233921 by Kathy Quinlan

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Although I have not tried it all my ACER ones come with a DOS driver disk, I
guess the problem would be to find some burner software for dos :o(

Regards,

Kat.

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2001\10\26@025941 by dr. Imre Bartfai

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Hello,

I get regularly an excerpt from the site ftp.elf.stuba.sk. In the last
issue I saw a s/w you are looking for. It is in one of util???? section,
AFAIK.

Regards,
Imre


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On Fri, 26 Oct 2001, Kathy Quinlan wrote:

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2001\10\26@091925 by Dale Botkin

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Ed Roberts wrote:

> > Can anyone recommend a CD-RW that comes with drivers to both read and
> > write under DOS?

Have never seen any DOS software for CD-writers - drivers,maybe, but not
software to do the actual burning.  Linux will do it, of course, even on
older machins that aren't fast enough to run Windows.

Dale

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2001\10\26@103150 by ichard Phillips

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> Can anyone recommend a CD-RW that comes with drivers to both read and
> write under DOS?
> Thanks,
> Ed Roberts

Hi,

I believe that GoldenHawk (who produce CDRWin) have also kept the DOS
component of their burning software going.

You might want to try taking a look at http://www.goldenhawk.com.

As for read drivers, if the drive is an IDE ATAPI type, you can get standard
dos drivers fairly easily, e.g. from a full windows 98 boot disk (created by
windows setup, rather than copying the basic system files to a floppy).  You
can also get MSCDEX, the second non-drive specific part of the dos drivers,
from the boot disk.  Further, the config.sys and autoexec.bat files on the
disk can be edited and copied for use on your own pc.

I think MSCDEX was also included in at least one later version of MS-DOS,
but i can't remember which - probably v6.22.

Also, if you have a SCSI drive running off something common like an adaptec
card, the win98 boot disk should support it without requiring any changes.

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2001\10\26@181249 by Ed Roberts

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Dale,
Thanks for this post. We would like to be able to use Linux, but our
customers use Windoze, and the data acquisition card we use doesnt yet have
Linux drivers (Eagle Technology claim to be slowly releasing them). We may
end up dual-booting with DOS and Linux, so the instrument acquires data under
dos, and periodically the customer archives data to CD under Linux.
Cheers,
Ed Roberts
Atmospheric Research Pty Ltd

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2001\10\26@234952 by Dale Botkin

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> Dale,
> Thanks for this post. We would like to be able to use Linux, but our
> customers use Windoze, and the data acquisition card we use doesnt yet have
> Linux drivers (Eagle Technology claim to be slowly releasing them).

So why the need for DOS drivers, if they're using Windows?  You lost me...

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2001\10\27@031750 by Ed Roberts

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Ah - yes: our instruments use DOS, for reliability. The customer in question has
Windoze in the instrumentation system into which our instrument feeds, and dont
have people who are at ease with Linux.
We want to migrate to Linux using Kylix, so that we get more functionality while
still having a stable environment, but any use of Linux may be a concern to some
of our customers, who arent familiar with it.
Cheers,
Ed

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2001\10\27@091753 by Dale Botkin

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> Ah - yes: our instruments use DOS, for reliability. The customer in
> question has Windoze in the instrumentation system into which our
> instrument feeds, and dont have people who are at ease with Linux.

OK, now I understand.  Well, others have apparently pointed to DOS CD
burning software, so it looks like you're set.

Dale

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'[OT]: Using CD Writer Under Dos'
2001\11\03@165305 by Mik Juneau Kim
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Have you considered Linux enabled data acquisition cards from Sheldon Instruments? They also support all versions of Winblows.

http://www.sheldoninst.com

Ed Roberts wrote on 10/27/01 9:25 am:

>use Windoze, and the data
>acquisition card we use
>doesnt yet have Linux
>drivers (Eagle Technology
>claim to be slowly releasing
>them)

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2001\11\05@145002 by Peter L. Peres

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I have just run into a CD writing HOWTO and it appears that the cdwrite
(or cdroast) program exists in EXE version (probably CYGWIN-ed). Search
for cdwrite.exe or cdroast.exe and the cd-writing howtos on the web.

good luck,

Peter

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