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    SubjectRe: Packet writing problems
    Julien Oster <> writes:

    > Peter Osterlund <> writes:
    > Hello Peter,
    > > That shouldn't cause any real problems, but since it's quite
    > > confusing, here is a patch to fix it. With this change, both DVD+RW
    > > and DVD-RW media is correctly identified in the kernel log, and DVD
    > > speeds are printed in kB/s.
    > The following patch on top of your patch adds all commonly used media
    > types to the output and changes CD-R and CD-RW to be detected by
    > profile type. It also reports unconforming non-standard profiles as
    > well as profiles which have a MMC profile definition but are unknown
    > as of the current MMC3 revision.
    > Please review.

    Will any of those printk's ever get printed? Media types that can't be
    handled by the packet driver aren't supposed to make it past the
    pkt_good_disc() test.

    Peter Osterlund -
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