On Wed, Jan 30, 2002 at 04:31:31PM -0000, Enda wrote:
> Every VCD in my collection uses CDFS which is slightly different from
> ISO9660, which is where your problem may be. CDFS is an extension to ISO9660
> that allows a media file to span multiple sessions in a multisession CD,
> which is the way most VCD's are made anyway in order to support hardware VCD
> and MP3 players.
ok, so i can't seem to find cdfs as a module. am i missing something?
> Read errors can usually be gotten around (in my case) by moving the CD from
> the notebook CD Rom drive, to the desktop DVD rom drive. One is cheap and
yes, like i said, tried numerous cd drives; some new, some old.
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