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    SubjectRe: MAX iso9660 size?

    Andre,

    Here's the info you called about today. The DVD next door is a SCSI (I
    thought it was an ATAPI device, but it's SCSI). The other burner with
    the speed=8 problem is the MATSHITA and it is an ATAPI device. Here's
    the technical info. This is the drive that returned all the packet
    corruption errors I posted Saturday on 2.4.0.

    Jeff

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    Fantom Drives DVD RAM Int Kit w/MPEG II (Panasonic SCSI) PC
    DVD-RAM drive (2X DVD-ROM, 20X CD-ROM) Internal Ultra SCSI for PC's


    Access time
    Access time CD : 85ms
    Access time DVD : 120ms

    Data Buffer (Cache)
    Data Buffer : 2MB

    Data Transfer Rate
    Data Transfer Rate : 1385KB
    Compression : (Native/Uncompressed)

    DVD Drive MPEG Card
    MPEG Decoding : Software (Included)

    Form Factor
    Form Factor (Drive) : 5.25 inch

    Interface
    Interface : SCSI-2
    Additional information : Fast

    Multimedia
    CD Read : 20
    DVD Read : 2X



    Andre Hedrick wrote:
    >
    > Is there a limit?
    > I keep getting barfs on an iso9960 image 4,592,353,280 of this size.
    > Basically I am burning DVD's at 4.7GB tests before patching the kernel
    > before 2.4 for expanded DVD support.
    >
    > Cheers,
    >
    > Andre Hedrick
    > The Linux ATA/IDE guy
    >
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