[d-kernel] [email@example.com: RE: Problems with disks created by
Roxio DirectCD - Seems to be FIXED now!]
Konstantin A. Lepikhov
lakostis at elektrostal.ru
Wed Jun 2 12:22:50 MSD 2004
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From: Vlad <miles123 at gmx.de>
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Cc: petero2 at telia.com
Subject: RE: Problems with disks created by Roxio DirectCD - Seems to be FIXED
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Following Peter Osterlund's advice, I upgarded the kernel to V. 2.6.7-rc2.
Now I can read *without* any problems CD/DVD created with Roxio's
DirectCD and Nero's InCD under Windows XP.
Also, unlike with previous kernel versions: There isn't any I/O Error
when copying Files larger then 15 MB from UDF formated CD/DVD.
So, this seems also to be fixed.
Last but not least: Compiling 2.6.7-rc2 kernel, unlike compiling 2.6.6
kernel, was really a straight-ahead job.
No problems in compiling the 2.6.7-rc2 kernel, and no problems at all
when booting it.
I would like to thank Peter Osterlund for his help and advice.
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