Joined: July 2006
||Posted: Mar. 21 2008,05:11
You'll want ISO image (editing) software. NERO may have one. Note that you could always boot into DSL to create one and transfer it over, even in a virtual machine.
Again, the disc media format does not matter, or are you talking about the erasing feature of rw's? If the latter case, you can just use any program that can do that.
Multipart? Do you mean multi-session? Multisessioned tracks should work as long as the drive can read it. DSL should pick them up after the kernel loads. If this works for you and you decide to use it, it would avoid looking at this post's first point.
The udf.o module should be in the latest DSL releases (see 4.2.2 changelog), but I don't recall anything on its use.
I have only done something similar on older releases. Note that you'll probably have complications if you wanted to use just the default backup tool system.