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SubjectRe: DVD ROM on 2.6
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In article <200308192009.11298.admin@kentonet.net>,
Bryan D. Stine <admin@kentonet.net> wrote:

| Try passing the -t iso9660 option to mount or (if that doesn't work) you
| could go so far as to removing the UDF support from the kernel.
|
| On Tuesday 19 August 2003 07:34 pm, Wakko Warner wrote:
| > I'm trying out 2.6 on one of my test boxes with an IDE dvd drive. I'm
| > using ide-scsi (I prefer scdx as opposed to hdx). I noticed that any
| > attempt to mount a DVD movie (lord of the rings comes to mind) it mounts as
| > UDF. My laptop mounts this same dvd as iso9660.
| >
| > I've also been unable to play DVDs on this machine, but I don't have the
| > same packages installed as I do on my laptop.

If iso9660 looks enough like UDF to confuse the f/s typing logic, would
the problem go away if the iso9660 were checked first? It seems iso9660
can be mistaken for UDF, is the converse true?

In any case it can be set explicitly.
--
bill davidsen <davidsen@tmr.com>
CTO, TMR Associates, Inc
Doing interesting things with little computers since 1979.
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