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Re: mounting UDF disks



At 18:19 10/6/2004 -0300, you wrote:
Bolívar escribió:

At 17:09 10/6/2004 -0300, you wrote:
Bolívar escribió:
On red-hat 9 i could mount UDF CD-RW disks without problem. On my FC2, they mount, but they mount "empty".
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other with Incd). Listing their contents in the terminal, i can see their files, but them all written in red and flashing
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Sorry... this isn't going to be useful... but I can confirm this on *SOME* of my CD-RW discs.
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We got somewhere. You say you experience this on "some" of your disks, can you remember which software you used to format this working ones?

Yes, Nero Burning Rom. But the funny thing is that ALL the CD-RWs that I've tested are formatted with that software, with the very same version, in the same box (at work). So far, I've found 2 discs that cannot be properly mounted (ot of 5). So it's not the software... but some combination of factors... I suspect it has to do with FC2 using unicode and Windows not using unicode, combined with some "strange" file name and/or a bug in the udf module of the kernel.

*The CDs I'm trying work prefect on FC1 and Knoppix 3.3 (kernel 2.4)*

Are you from Brazil? I'm from Argentina, so both of us might be using non-english characteres in the filenames, right? (I do)
And if I remember well, the other guy who had problems was French.

But as I said, I couldn't find a pattern yet. It's not something "coedpage-exlusive", because all the CDs that I tried have non-english characters, and some of them works, and some doesn't.

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Mariano

Yes, I am brasilian. I don´t think it got anything to do with characteres, and the cds i tested had only standart characteres. Pretty sure, since it only had 1 rpm package on it... Well, the workaround was to burn a data cd-rw, transfer the files and erase it...
Do what...






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