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    SubjectRe: Why would a valid DVD show zero files on Linux?
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    > Are there any cases where udf filesystems are present on cdrom's that should
    > be read as iso9660? Someone mentioned it's a hard heuristic to figure out
    > which fake filename the empty iso9660 filesystem uses. How about, instead,
    > pick the larger of the two filesystems if both are present.

    Now you've made the behaviour effectively random which is even worse. On
    a standard DVD the two file systems are the same. Some copy protected CD's
    have a UDF file system on them that isnt interesting. Some DVD's have an
    ISO fs that isnt interesting.
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