Mac OS X has a very simple and efficient tool drutil(1) which can directly write bin/cue sheets from the command line. There is no need to battle with the traditional tools cdrtools and cdrdao to do the same.
shanu% drutil burn -noverify -eject foo.cue
Burning Image to Disc: foo.cue
My Macbook Pro does not seem to like one of the 2Gig memory modules anymore.
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I thought it might be a good idea to turn on “safe sleep” (or Suspend To Disk) instead of the default “Suspend To RAM”; the motive was to save some batterry power whicle I move the laptop. Turns out that this was extremely painful when your system has 4G of memory.
It takes almost 20s to resume from disk. Might aswell just shutdown and restart instead. No more deep sleep for me.