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SubjectRe: 2.4.0-test11: "_isofs_bmap: block < 0"
Hello,

Same here with CD 1 from SuSE 7.0-DE :
Nov 25 18:16:03 sjoerd kernel: VFS: Disk change detected on device ide1(22,64)
Nov 25 18:16:05 sjoerd kernel: ISO 9660 Extensions: RRIP_1991A
Nov 25 18:16:05 sjoerd kernel: _isofs_bmap: block < 0

Using test11 and everything is a module.


On 21 Nov 2000, Eugene Crosser wrote:

> I have a cdrom with iso9660+RR filesystem, with a few hundred files in
> ten directories. With all previous kernels (checked up to test11-pre3),
> I had no problems with it. With test11 final, "ls" command shows
> zero entries on the mounted CD, and each "ls" attempt causes this
> kernel message:
>
> _isofs_bmap: block < 0
>
> If I open a file directly, it opens and is read fine, so it's only
> readdir() that is not working. Tell me if I need to provide more info.
>
> Eugene
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