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Re: invalid CD



goswin.brederlow@student.uni-tuebingen.de (Goswin Brederlow)  wrote on 21.06.97 in <33AC044A.681D@student.uni-tuebingen.de>:

> Bruce Perens wrote:
> >
> > If it thinks your CD is an audio disk, it would be an error in the "xaa"
> > file. The very first blocks on the CD tell what kind of CD it is.
> >
> >         Bruce
> > --
> > Bruce Perens K6BP   Bruce@Debian.novare.net   510-215-3502
> > Finger bruce@master.Debian.org for PGP public key.
> > PGP fingerprint = 88 6A 15 D0 65 D4 A3 A6  1F 89 6A 76 95 24 87 B3
> >
>
> The filesystem allways reports an audio disk when it can't understand
> the iso image. The error could be in xaa or in xbu, since both hold
> vital information for the CD.
>
> Is the cksum wrong for any of those files?

Isn't there a list of md5sums for the parts somewhere on the server? I  
thought I saw it somewhere.

MfG Kai


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