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Can't read the CDRW disc created in Windows.
If I use:
mount -t udf /dev/scd1 /mnt/cdrw

It will report:
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/scd1, or too
many mounted file systems

If I use:
mount -t auto /dev/scd1 /mnt/cdrw

Then I can success mount with type iso9660, but the display file is not
correct, because it is not iso9660:
[root@desktop cdrw]# ls
autorun.inf* udfrinst.exe*

I suppose the file system of CDRW in UDF, as state in kernel doc. Why I
can't mount it??

P.S.: I have try to put a Data CD in that CDRW driver to test, it can
show the correct files in it, so I think the problem is UDF in linux, do
anyone have any idea about this issue?
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