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Old 12-17-2002, 01:46 PM   #1
cedillo
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Reading Multisession CDs and MS hidden directories in Linux


Is there a trick? My Lite-on 4824s (48x24x48) CDRW will not read anything but the last session of a multisession disk ...

Is there some way to force it to read the other session?

Also, I have some CDs with hidden directories, Mandrake is telling me I do not have sufficient user permission to read the mount. I had no problem reading from the same hidden directories on a FAT32 drive, but once I burned them to CD, linux no likey.

Any idea how to get to them? I know the directory names, so I don't mind if I can't "See" them, as I can direct address them.

Running Mandrake 9.0 on a Celeron 900 system with 384MB ram, the Lite-on is an IDE device.

Thanks,

Derek
 
  


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