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    SubjectRe: cdrom: "df" != real size ?
    >when I type df I see:
    >venus:~# df
    >Filesystem 1024-blocks Used Available Capacity Mounted on
    >/dev/hda2 985329 493077 441348 53% /
    >/dev/scd0 94 94 0 100% /cdrom
    >this does mean that there are 94x1024x1024 bytes = 94MB on CD?

    Actually, it appears to mean that there are only 94 KB on the CD.
    Something seems fundamentally wrong there---perhaps the CD gives
    misleading information somewhere.

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