I have a strange problem. All my problems are strange, by the
way, but this one's worse than normal.
After upgrading to Mandrake (6.0, if that matters), I also
grabbed the latest kernels (pure source - don't want that RPM
stuff in my kernel!) as they appeared on my local mirror.
All this time, I didn't actually burn any CDs, until I needed
to make room for games and other crap. My problem now is that
all CDs I burn end up unreadable (if data) or with 57-67 audio
tracks of 2352 bytes each. I've checked that I have SCSI
generic support, and Adaptec drivers register everything fine.
So, any ideas? Pretty please?
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