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Old 07-17-2011, 10:18 AM   #1
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Location: Tangerang, Indonesia
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Cannot Read Large Files on UDF Formatted DVD


Recently I burned some DVD-R containing a large file (>= 4GB size) on it using k3b and choose the UDF format (large file support). Burning process and verification went well and the disc can be mounted.

The problem is if I mount it using udf format as it should be, the file inside the DVD cannot be read. Trying to read the file will result in "Input/output error" message, but if I mount it manually using iso9660 type, the file can be read normally.

And well, since this is quite strange please share your experience or suggestion.

I'm using Slackware64-current with Linux kernel and Eric's KDE 4.6.5 package (k3b 2.0.2)


dvd, iso9660, udf

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