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X-CD-Roast: CD Writer Software

Thomas Niederreiter Issue #45, January 1998 Mr. Niederreiter tells us all about his graphical user interface for writing data to a CD-ROM. X-CD-Roast is a fully X-based CD writer program. It is a front end for the command-line utilities cdwrite and mkisofs. X-CD-Roast therefore reduces the task of creating your own CDs to a few simple mouse clicks instead of ...

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The DF Command

Phil Hughes Issue #1, March 1994 The df command is used to show the amount of disk space that is free on file systems. In the examples, df is first called with no arguments. This default action is to display used and free file space in blocks. In this particular case, th block size is 1024 bytes as is indicated ...

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