I’ve got a script on the list named simpleburner, that appears to work for command-line CD burning.
It does seem to make the task of working with cdrkit a little bit easier. It has flags for both ISOs and data CDs, although I don’t see an option for digital-audio-to-audio-CD.
Some issues though:
- The dates in the repo suggest it’s a few years beyond attention.
- The script comes as a pair, in perl and python versions. The python version wouldn’t work for me.
- The perl version seems to work, but also seems to ignore all the flags given to it … which, as you might imagine, makes things a little difficult.
- Technically it’s possible to hard-code the name of an ISO and other criteria into the script, but that seems to defeat the purpose.
Aside from that, it spun up my /dev/sr0 with no issue, wodim was happy to play along, and things seemed to be moving in the right direction. Even if it was trying to delete a mysterious ISO that didn’t exist, and so forth.
I only see simpleburner in AUR; I don’t think this ever passed muster for Debian.
I hold no ill will toward simpleburner; I suspect it’s just fallen out of step with its underlying software. If you need a command line CD burner, I think I would recommend any of a few others before this though. 😕