Re: mkisofs bug? creating cdrom image for bulk files with -old-root -> enter infinite loop?
Joerg Schilling wrote:
å¼ é?¡æ¦ <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Further report in case it is helpful for debugging it:
Because I am a bit in hurry (now is 23:55, better finish today's backup
before 00:00) I tried to issue command to mkisofs replacing
'-M /dev/hdd' with '-M /tmp/first.iso' where first.iso is the iso image
for the CDR I burnt first time.
By doing so I can separate the mkisofs failure with possible DVD-RW
driver problem (because driver is not used when doing this mkisofs).
The behavior: mkisofs starts to run, and hang pretty soon there, taking
up NO CPU RESOURCE. It simply hang there. Ctrl+C and TERM signal is
ignored, KILL signal cause it to quit.
In any case, it is impossible to help you as long as you use this 2 year old
I can only help if you first test the latest version.
2.0.1 IS the latest rellease version... unless you put the later
releases somewhere else.
E. Robert Bogusta
It seemed like a good idea at the time
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