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SubjectRe: sym-2.1.0-20001230 vs. sg (cdrecord)


On Thu, 11 Jan 2001, Boszormenyi Zoltan wrote:

> Hi!
>
> I just wanted to let you know that I successfully ruined
> a CD with 2.4.0 + sym-2.1.0-20001230. The system is a RH 7.0
> with glibc-2.2-9, cdrecord-1.9.

Thanks for the report.
But with so tiny information, it gives about no usefulness to me.

> When will it be really usable?

A single ruined CD is probably too weak a symptom for stating any serious
sickness in the driver. FYI, I cannot even personnaly try to ruin a single
CDR, for the reason I don't have CDR.

If you can retrieve information related to the failure, you may send me
them (syslog messages, cdrecord output messages, etc...). Thanks in
advance. You may also give a try with stable kernel and related stuff and
let me know the result.

Regards,
Gérard.

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