cdbackup - backup one audio cd onto a cdr


  cdbackup [options] *.wav
    -h, --help       - Show the help message then exit
    -V, --version    - Show the version message then exit
    -t, --tmp dir    - Override default tmpdir (/mnt/music/tmp)
    -s, --speed #    - Override default speed (24)
    -w, --writer cmd - Override default writer (cdrdao)


cdbackup backs up an audio cd onto a cdr. The -t option overrides the default temporary directory to use. The -s option overrides the default speed. The -w option overrides the default writer software to use. The only valid values are ``cdrdao'' and ``cdrecord''. cdrdao is better because it preserves the gap between tracks. cdrecord always puts a two second gap between tracks. cdrdao also preserves the cddbid of the cd. If cdrdao needs to be told which driver to use, set it in cdr_drv and cdr_sdrv in /etc/jukebox.conf.

After backing up the audio cd, the user is given the option of creating further backups and finally of deleting the temporary data. If the data is not deleted, it can be used the next time cdbackup is run (instead of reading a new cd).

All parameters such as the cdr device, the speed and so on are specified in the configuration file.


  /etc/jukebox.conf - System wide configuration file
  ~/.jukeboxrc      - User specific configuration file


  rip(1), riptrack(1), mktoc(1), toc2names(1), toc2tags(1),
  cdr(1), cdrw(1), burn(1), burnw(1), cdbackup(1), mp3backup(1),
  jukebox(1), jukeboxc(1), jukeboxc.jar(1), jukeboxd(8),
  jukeboxd-init.d(8), jukebox.conf(5),


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