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Old 12-28-2005, 01:43 AM   #1
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problem reading windows-burned dvds on linux

the other day i burned about 7 backup dvds on my windows box using some ulead dvd burning software. the problem i have is that all of the dvds except two worked great on linux. for some reason i get an error when i try to mount these two.

if i remember correctly, these are the dvds that i had to append to. it was only like 4 mb, i had to fix the disc title because i forgot to specify one and it named the disks using the date(bleh). so, it seems to me, that dvds that have been appended to or whatever(possibly only using this ulead software?) have problems being read in linux. if anybody can tell me about a way to mount them in linux or some way to edit the discs so i can read them in linux, i'd really appreciate it.
Old 12-28-2005, 01:52 AM   #2
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hmmm... specifying iso9660 with mount fixed it.


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