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jortalli 10-25-2009 10:34 PM

how to mount a dvd as iso9660 instead of udf?
 
I burn a dvd in two stages, two sessions, using k3b. The both of them finalized OK, but the second one has a file larger than 2Gb and only can be mounted as UDF (I remember k3b warn me about that). Once the dvd is mounted all entries from the first session are visible but all files and directories are 0 bytes length.

I mounted the dvd as iso9660 but no luck. How can I read the first session?

Thanks in advance. Regards

jortalli 10-25-2009 11:26 PM

I was wrong. By mounting the dvd with mount -t iso9660 I could read and make copy of the both of session, including those files larger than 2Gb. Anyway, comments and suggestions will be appreciated.
Thanks


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