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SubjectRe: failure to burn CDs under 2.4.0-test9
From: "Andre Hedrick" <>
> On Thu, 5 Oct 2000, Jeff V. Merkey wrote:
> > I am seeing this as well. I got around it by setting speed=2. If you
> > are using one of the newer R/W CD/DVD drives (which are slower than
> > crap, BTW on Linux), you should set the speed manually and try
> > progressively slower settings until you find one that works.
> > cdrecord -v speed=2 dev=1,0,0 file.iso
> Sorry Jeff, I have to call you on that one.
> HP's are the know to burn at 4x and 8x clean.
> I just got my 8x CD-RW HP 9100 series and will verify the issues.
> Also will try to verify on my Panasonic DVD-RAM ATAPI.
> Linux DVD-RAM is looking like it will be showcased at Comdex in the
> DVD-RAM Pavilion.

For that matter Andre a 4 speed HP can certainly burn at 4 speed except
that cdrecord and the OS conspire to prevent this through a mathematical
error. It's rather a tad frustrating.


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