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Re: [opensuse] Maximum tar file size
  • From: James Knott <james.knott@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 08:52:21 -0500
  • Message-id: <45D31415.8080100@xxxxxxxxxx>
Bob S wrote:
> On Monday 12 February 2007 22:46, James Knott wrote:
> .<snip>...........
>>>> The next thing is to find some way to pass that parameter to K3B
>>>> from KDar. The K3B manual isn't useful in that regard.
>>> If I remember correctly, kdar asks you what you want to do with the
>>> slices after they are made. I think there are options that you can
>>> tell it to do. A script maybe? I used to have them saved to another
>>> hard drive which I used for backup. Not using it presently so I am
>>> not sure.
>>> Bob S.
>> I couldn't find any such thing in KDar, only K3B. If I knew what the
>> parameter to use UDF was, it would be a simple matter to apply it in
>> KDar.
> OK, I just reinstalled kdar. Go to Settings >configure > slices, and you
> will see a box entitled "Command to run after writing each slice". That
> should do it. Not sure you have to have the the "Pause between slices"
> checkbox checked.
> Let us know how you made out or if that works.

I know about that box. My question was what is the parameter that goes
in that box, so that UDF is selected when K3B starts up, so that I don't
have to manually select UDF in K3B.

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