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Re: FC5 - ISO burning



On Fri, 06 Oct 2006 09:09:46 -0400
"Mark Haney" <mhaney ercbroadband org> took out a #2 pencil and
scribbled:

> Paul Smith wrote:
> > On 10/6/06, Mark Haney <mhaney ercbroadband org> wrote:
> >> > Also for me k3b is rock solid
> >> > I think that the problem is connected to burning a bin/cue
> >> > pair. The MD5SUM is fine, then I get such an error.
> >> > Another comment to burning procedure: it is crazy that I
> >> > have to unmount a device if I want to delete a CD/RW: it has
> >> > to be solved urgently otherwise people coming from Windows
> >> > will go back to Windows (especially non-tech people)
> >> >
> >> You know, I have found that with .bin/.cue files on linux
> >> the .cue file doesn't always find the .bin file because of
> >> case. I've had to rename my .bin files to exactly match the
> >> case listed in the CUE file.  Windows not being case sensitive
> >> by default won't have that problem.
> >
> > Good guess, but remember that Antonio has got an iso. If your
> > guess is correct, he will need to re-create the iso.
> >
> > Indeed, k3b has worked badly here, whereas cdrecord, cdrdao,
> > growisofs have never failed.
> >
> > Paul
> >
> I am aware of that, and while I knew my little tidbit about case 
> sensitive .cue files wouldn't help, I still thought I'd share.
> And you are right k3b has worked badly in this case.  I have
> never seen that problem before.
 
Also, you can convert the bin/cue to an ISO if you like, since you
already obtained that.

Here you are.

http://mange.dynup.net/linux/bin2iso/bin2iso.c

Compile that and off you go. You can then burn the ISO or mount it
via loopback.

-- 
Alex White
ethericalzen gmail com
Life is a prison, death is a release


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