noc at hdk5.net
Thu Oct 15 02:49:00 UTC 2009
Warren Block wrote:
> On Wed, 14 Oct 2009, Warren Block wrote:
>> My data backups to DVD use mkisofs to build ISO9660 DVDs like so:
>> mkisofs -J -joliet-long -r -hide-rr-moved -graft-points dir1 dir2 dir3
>> and then piped into cdrecord. However, I found a problem with one
>> file that casts some doubt on the whole process. The file is named
>> img_0185-6x4crop.jpg and is 3,309,906 bytes. On the hard drive, it
>> reads fine.
>> The filename is present on the DVD, but the file always gives a read
>> # file img_0185-6x4crop.jpg
>> img_0185-6x4crop.jpg: ERROR: cannot read `img_0185-6x4crop.jpg'
>> (Input/output error)
>> It's not a one-time error; every DVD always has the same problem.
>> What is going wrong? A poison filename?
> Following up: growisofs with the same parameters has no problems with
> that file.
> -Warren Block * Rapid City, South Dakota USA
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Manolis Kiagias pointed me to growisofs a while ago and I have had no
problems making dvd's since from the command line.
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