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Re: [SLE] Can't mount cdrom udf
  • From: "Joe Morris (NTM)" <Joe_Morris@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 01 May 2003 20:04:50 +0800
  • Message-id: <3EB10D62.1040705@xxxxxxx>
On 05/01/2003 06:56 PM, Chris Grainer wrote:

So what do I do now? I know there's a UDF patch out there, but it
appears to be aimed at earlier kernels and seems to apply to burning. Right now, I am primarily interested in reading UDF cds.

First, I would suggest NOT messing with your kernel for this problem. IIRC, the udf is different for DVDs and DirectCD disks (one is version 1.7, the other 1.3 IIRC). This may make the udf module not able to read DirectCD disks while reading DVDs, I don't know. My suggestion would be to use DirectCD to 'finish' the disks to an ISO9660 format, which you will be able to use without any problems. AFAIK, packet writing to a CD is still a future feature in Linux. HTH BTW, if the Linux udf will read DCDs version, Anders post should do the trick.

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