I'm trying to burn a house cd and remove the track markers. I've converted the individual .mp3 to .wav (for my old *** car). The problem is when I burn the files to disk (using brasero) there is a "track gap"...a small second gap between tracks that I don't want there.
I recently downloaded the ISO for Ubuntu 12.10 and tried to burn the ISO image to a CD but the disk image is too big for a standard 700 Mb CD-R. I tried to burn the ISO image to a DVD but I kept getting a wrong disk error message.
I've noticed that each DVD image has a semi-unique uppercase name. Is there a standardized way for me to simply read this name as a non-root user in Linux? I'm on an Ubuntu 12.04 derivative running kernel 3.7. I'd like to simply get the name of any disk currently in the drive like so:
I recently upgraded to windows 7. its a fresh hard drive and OS. I'm pretty sure that i downloaded and installed every driver know to man off the dell site. i keep trying to burn a DVD but every time it goes through the process then at 99% the dick pops out and says there was a burn error.
I have downloaded the Iso file of ubuntu and I am trying to burn a boot cd from disk utility the burn goes all the way to the end and right before ejecting cd it read
2012-08-19 20:13:27 -0700: The disc drive didn’t respond properly and can’t recover or retry.
2012-08-19 20:13:28 -0700: Additional information can be found in the ~/Library/Logs/DiscRecording.log log file.
My requirement is to profile current process disk read/write operations with total disk read/write operations (or amount of data read/written). I need to take samples evry second and plot a graph between these two. I need to do this on Linux (Ubuntu 12.10) in c++.
Are there any APIs/Tools available for this task ?