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I am using Slackware 9.1. Up until two months ago, I was able to burn dvd+r's using the command line as well as TKDvd. I started having problems when I tried making dvd's, but making coasters became real easy. So I bought another burner and everything was cool until last month. Now I can't burn dvd+r's but I still can burn dvd+rw. Here is what happens when I try burning a dvd.iso using 'growisofs'
Well, I guess by medium you mean brand? I was using Memorax and now am using Fuji.... I don't think that is the problem because I can burn with Nero in winxp.... but now I don't have sound when I play dvds in windoze...(long story short...since I can no longer burn with linux, I would use xp but now gotta a sound issue! When I tried burning with nero, it copys and plays back fine...that is if you like silent flix)
The command you mentioned I have used, but they both seemed to have worked...