can burn cd's, can't read once burnt
youshi10 at u.washington.edu
Thu Oct 19 02:06:42 UTC 2006
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Timothy Smith wrote:
> Paul Schmehl wrote:
>> --On Thursday, October 19, 2006 00:17:33 +1000 Timothy Smith
>> <timothy at open-networks.net> wrote:
>>> i have an odd issue with 6.0 that i've been trying to solve for ages and
>>> nobody seems to know how to answer.
>>> 1. i can mount any cd's or dvd's THAT I DIDN'T BURN. makes no difference
>>> what media is used.
>>> 2. i burn a dvd like so
>>> growisofs -dvd-compat -Z /dev/cd0=bailes.iso
>> Are you sure this shouldn't be
>> growisofs -dvd-compat -Z /dev/acd0=bailes.iso ?
>> Paul Schmehl (pauls at utdallas.edu)
>> Adjunct Information Security Officer
>> The University of Texas at Dallas
> not unless the freebsd handbook is wrong.
> it burns the dvd, i just can't mount it on this computer. i can mount
> under windows.
Not sure, but it's either UDF or ISO9660 format, and if you
don't have the correct support built into your kernel or if you don't
have the right fs mentioned in fstab, the kernel/mount will refuse to
mount the DVD since it doesn't know how to interpret the contents. Try
either mounting with -t udf or -t auto and see if you can mount the disk.
Also, if the DVD is an audio DVD, you can't mount it; just use a
program like xMMs to play it directly by setting up the CDROM plugin
properly.. You need to be a part of the operator group, or set the
permissions for the drive properly in order to mount it.
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