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Does Linux has a fundamental limitation about using multiple cd/dvd drives simultaneously?

I have two cd/dvd drives in my laptop. One is an external USB drive and the other is the SATA drive that came with it. And I can't burn two DVDs at the same time in both of them at full speed no ...
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How to download an ISO and directly create a bootable USB

How can I transfer an .iso file to an USB in parallel to the download of this file so that downloaded data gets directly on my USB without passing through my hard drive.
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How do I resume a 'wodim' DVD burn aborted with Ctrl+C?

I wanted to burn an ISO to a DVD+R. I decided to do a dummy write first (where the laser is off so it's basically a dry run) since I'd never used the command before and I wanted to make sure I was ...
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Burning iso to DVD - find device

I am trying to burn an iso-file to a DVD but I am new to this and cannot fully accomplish it. I have the following iso: myiso/myfirst.iso and then I look up the device to burn to: inxi -d the ...
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Finding burn-date of a DVD

An ISO file has been burned into a blank DVD (in a Linux OS). Is there any commands in Ubuntu to check when the DVD was burned? I mean the date that the ISO file was burned, I do not mean the date ...
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Using Fedora 19 to burn .iso-image to external HDD

Seeing as several google-searches have failed me, I am having a hard time completing this task. I am currently running Fedora 19 on my laptop, and I wish to burn a .iso-image to an external HDD. ...
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Burn remote data on to a disc

I have an ISO image in another system which I need to burn on my system. I can copy that image to my system using SCP and then do burning. But I would like to know, whether I can directly burn the ...
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mkisofs can't find file

I'm trying to create a .iso file using mkisofs. I have the following folders: my OS | |--src |--bin I used the following command: mkisofs -R -input-charset utf8 -b bin/boot.bin -no-emul-boot -boot-...