Thanks for the info I'll email them from now on.....
--Thanks again for the reply, Oh how do I open a "Closed Session media?"
Lewis Donofrio@umich.edu College of Literature, Science, & Arts
1007 East Huron, Room 201, BetaID:243340 Cell: (734) 323-8776
Ann Arbor,MI 48104-1690 www.umich.edu/~donofrio Fax: (734) 647-8333
From: Andy Polyakov [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, August 29, 2003 4:56 AM
To: Donofrio, Lewis
Subject: Re: help....
Note that as of May 2003 I've decided to advise users to turn to
<firstname.lastname@example.org> on support matters. Subscribe page is at
http://lists.debian.org/cdwrite/, archive - at
> root@localhost dvd+rw-tools-184.108.40.206.4]# dvd+rw-format -lead-out
> * DVDRW format utility by <email@example.com>, version 4.4.
> * 4.7GB DVD+RW media detected.
> * relocating lead-out 10.3\
> Why does this *die* at 10.3%?
It doesn't *die*, it finished the job and gracefully exited. As page
mentions, media gets formatted only partially, it doesn't mean that you
can only write that little, so just proceed...
> [root@localhost dvd+rw-tools-220.127.116.11.4]# growisofs -M /dev/cdrom1 -R
> -J /home
> :-( /dev/cdrom1 doesn't look like isofs...
-M implies that you've previosly recorded media with growisofs -Z.
> What did I do to my 10$ media???
You formatted it, that's about it... A.