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SubjectReading Bad DVD Under 2.6.10 freezes the box.
I have a DVD where I have three files on it, (1.7gb,1.7gb,900mb).

On W2K, when I try to copy the second file, I get a BadCRC error message.

Under Linux, I copy up to about 860MB (watched via pipebench) and then it
freezes the machine, I cannot ping or get to it or do anything on the
console; instead, I am forced to hard reboot.

Main Question >> Why does Linux 'freeze up' when W2K gives a BadCRC error
msg (never freezes)?

The DVD FS is Joilet+ISO (hence, why none of the files are bigger than
2GB), is this normal? Or is there no checking code when there are errors
on DVD's to kill the read/etc so it does not freeze the box?

Thanks.
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