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Old 02-26-2004, 12:33 AM   #1
Registered: May 2003
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bridged udf/iso9660 dvd input output error

My friend, well, he's an ass when it comes to some technology. Somehow he got it into his head that a bridged udf/iso9660 dvd would be more efficient than anything else. You know...crazy things like HAVING ONE FILESYSTEM on a removable device.

Anyway, Windows can read it fine, but Linux gives input/output errors with cp. I was just wondering if anyone knew any kernel options or drivers or hacks I could use to get Linux to properly use a udf/iso9660 dvd.

(hints: I can already mount the dvd successfully, using -t udf or -t iso9660 and both mounts read all of the information on the dvd (i.e. I can see all of the files) but both mounts give me the i/o errors on most (not all) of the files on the dvd).


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