CD-CD copying problems
pearl.louis at anu.edu.au
Sun Jan 20 19:38:08 EST 2002
Oh, I feel silly now. What happened was that the cd writer which used
to be scd0 and mounted to /mnt/cdrom2 is now scd1 and mounts to
/mnt/cdrom whilst the cd reader which used to be hdd and mounted to
/mnt/cdrom is now scd0 and mounts to /mnt/cdrom2. Well, a little
editing of the fstab file and that's fixed.
Now I seem to have the problem that even though it does the copying (and
at 100% buffer as well), the avi file on the copied CD doesn't seem to
like being played in Linux or Windows with xine and Media Player both
crashing (xine crashes about 3 seconds into playing the file), even
though when I copy the same CD in Windows at the same speed (a low 4
speed, the maximum my old CD burner can handle) and using exactly the
same media the copied CD turns out fine. And I tried this with XCDroast
and Eroaster. Oh I have no idea what's going on now...Well, I suppose
I'll just have to tell my friends I won't be copying anymore CDs for
them in the near future...
On Sun, 2002-01-20 at 17:55, Drake Diedrich wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 20, 2002 at 04:51:08PM +1100, Pearl Louis wrote:
> > "hdd: input/output error"
> Try /dev/scd0 or /dev/scd1 (SCSI cdrom devices) instead. ide-scsi has
> probably eaten /dev/hdd, but is spitting it back out as a SCSI device.
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