Originally Posted by michaelk
How are you writing data to the CDRWs?
If you are using packet writing to burn the CDRWs then the filesystem is udf not iso9660.
No, I am not writing packets (for UDF) - I'm creating a normal iso9660 CDRW which always reads corrupt on the GA8IRM box... I can take the same disc, put it in my own FC6 system, and it works perfectly...
The strange thing is I get no error messages. The disc mounts correctly (as iso9660) and I can then read from it with no errors. However, what comes off it is always gibberish. I tested this by putting some .bz2 files on it, -tvv'ing them after copying always comes up with CRC errors.
But why only in linux? In XP, the drive works just fine, and reads CDRWs with no corruptions... damn strange, I'd say.