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SubjectRe: Why would a valid DVD show zero files on Linux?
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> Windows, somehow, detects the difference.  Whatever method used by Windows
> will be the one tested by the makers of most DVD/CDROM's.

Actually half of the copy protected CD thing relies on the fact windows does
not get its decisions right.

> If the distinction is something that can be automated well, then what is
> the argument against doing it?

Certainly relevant - but for the kde file manager and gnome nautilus lists
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