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patch problem ?
  • From: Sergiy Kudryk <linux_ua@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2002 18:22:20 +0000 (UTC)
  • Message-id: <20020208182348.7162.qmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hello Ben

After applying your new patch (changing udf version)
i don't get correct (as it seems to me) lead_out value for
Verbatim CDRW disc 700 MB:


[root@my etc]# cdrwtool -d /dev/sr0 -i
using device /dev/sr0
1312KB internal buffer
setting write speed to 12x

DISC INFO:
erasable : Yes
border = 3
Disc status = 2
number of first track = 1
number of sessions = 1
number of tracks = 1
status of last track = 1
uru = 0
did_v = 1
dbc_v = 0
disc type = 32
disc_id = 3555345
lead_in = 255:255:255 (1166880)
lead_out = 255:255:255 (1166880)
OPC entries = 2

TRACK INFO:

Track 1
track_number = 1
session_number = 1
damage = 0
copy = 0
track_mode = 7
Rt = 1
blank = 0
packet = 1
fp = 1
data_mode = 2
lra_v = 0
nwa_v = 0
track_start = 0
next_writable = 0
last_recorded = 0
free_blocks = 0
packet_size = 32
track_size = 295264 (590528KB)


Nevertheless i can format CDRW disc without errors using option -v 0x0150

Before this pacth i have:

serge@my 1.0.0a]# cdrwtool -d /dev/sr0 -i
using device /dev/sr0
1312KB internal buffer
setting write speed to 12x

DISC INFO:
erasable : Yes
border = 0
Disc status = 0
number of first track = 1
number of sessions = 1
number of tracks = 1
status of last track = 1
uru = 0
did_v = 0
dbc_v = 0
disc type = 255
disc_id = 0
lead_in = 97:34:22 (439072)
lead_out = 79:59:74 (359999)
OPC entries = 0

TRACK INFO:

Track 1
track_number = 1
session_number = 1
damage = 0
copy = 0
track_mode = 4
Rt = 0
blank = 1
packet = 0
fp = 0
data_mode = 15
lra_v = 0
nwa_v = 1
track_start = 0
next_writable = 0
last_recorded = 0
free_blocks = 359847
packet_size = 0
track_size = 359847 (719694KB)


Any comment ?

Regards,

Sergiy Kudryk.

--- Ben Fennema <bfennema@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 05, 2002 at 08:26:46AM +0100, Norbert Preining wrote:
> > On Mon, 04 Feb 2002, Ben Fennema wrote:
> > > -q runs mkudffs, and happens to default to udf 2.01 and not 1.5 which is
> > > most likely why windows can't read the disc. I just added a flag yesterday
> > > to set the udf version under cdrwtool - so the current version has no way
> > > to change to 1.5, without mounting via pktsetup and running mkudffs directly
> > > on /dev/pktcdvd0..

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