How to Burning a DVD using the command line

 Burning a DVD using the command line
Command line on your Linux-based computer using a DVD burning materials that can be easy and fun to know? Here are the steps and commands that allow you to do that.
Download your favorite Linux distribution you can type a command and following burning an ISO image:

$ growisofs -dvd-compat -Z /dev/dvd=your_linux_image.iso
Here /dev/dvd is your DVD burner device.
Burning a non-ISO image For burning non-ISO images onto a DVD, first create an ISO image of the data and then burn the ISO image on the disk:

$ mkisofs -r -o /tmp/my_stuff.iso ~/Desktop/My_Stuff/
$ growisofs -dvd-compat -Z /dev/dvd=/tmp/my_stuff.iso

There are several options of mkisofs and growisofs that can be explored to suit your requirement.You can read the man pages for more details of the commands and their options.

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