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PowerISO for Linux can burn iso file and other image files from command line or a batch file. You can specify lots of burning options, such as burning speed, verifying written data, ejecting disc after burning, and etc.  PowerISO can detect image file formats automatically before burning. There is no need to convert the image file to iso format before burning. The disc will always be finalized after burning.

Usage: poweriso burn-image <image file> <drive path> [-switches]

<Switches>

  • -speed <nn>: Set the burn speed. For example, -speed cd10x, -speed dvd8x, or -speed bd2x.

  • -eject: Eject disc after burning. 

  • -verify: Verify written data after burning.

 

Example1: Burn iso file from Linux command line and verify written data, using dvd 4x burning speed. The recorder path is /dev/sg2. The disc will be ejected after burning.

Command: poweriso burn-image windows10.iso /dev/sg2 -verify -speed dvd4x -eject

 

Example2: Burn nrg file from Linux command line. The recorder path is /dev/sg2.

Command: piso burn-image test.nrg /dev/sg2

 

Example3: Burn dmg file from Linux command line. The recorder path is /dev/sg2. The disc will be ejected after burning.

Command: poweriso burn-image xcode.dmg /dev/sg2 -eject

 

 

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