Re: bd-r burning error
> growisofs 7.1, [...]
> doesn't close bd-r disks, saying input-output error
> ASC=5h incompatible command,
This looks much like http://lists.debian.org/cdwrite/2008/06/msg00062.html
> disks are wrongly written, can't read the files back from them.
Both, the submitter of the problem report and Andy Polyakov
state that the effect is harmless.
Andy replies in http://lists.debian.org/cdwrite/2008/07/msg00092.html
This leaves room for two theories:
- Either you found a different problem.
- The misburn resp. non-readability
is not due to the dramatic error message.
You should try whether other BD drives can read
the media - if you have more than one such drive.
If you are interested in testing, i would prepare
a development upload of libburn+cdrskin which is
willing to write to POW formatted BD-R.
That formatting would have to be done by dvd+rw-format,
By this software you could test whether the readability
problem is related to the "incompatible command".
The drawback is that you would be the first tester of
libburn on BD-R and that i got only theoretical knowledge
about those media. It _should_ work much like BD-RE.
Have a nice day :)