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NAME

       cdadd - add information for a new CD to .cdtooldb

SYNOPSIS

       cdadd     [-[0..9]|-d device]

DESCRIPTION

       The  cdadd  command is a shell script which uses cdir -t and assists users in adding a new
       entry to the ~/.cdtooldb database file.  It allows the  user  to  edit  a  blank  template
       database entry for the current compact disc, and then appends it to the file.

FILES

       ~/.cdtooldb - default database file.

ENVIRONMENT

       CDTOOLDBPATH  -  colon delimited path of database files to search.  It is not necessary to
       specify ~/.cdtooldb, as this is automatically added to the end of the search path.

       CDTOOLDEV - device file for cd-rom, overrides compile-time defaults.

SEE ALSO

       cdtool(1)

AUTHORS

              Thomas Insel        <tinsel@tinsel.org>
              Sven Oliver Moll    <smol0075@rz.uni-hildesheim.de>