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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

> 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.


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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