Re: mkisofs ignore large files on sarge
Henrik Skantz píše v St 12. 01. 2005 v 12:20 +0100:
Well, but 4410620928/1024/1024/1024 = 4,1 GB. How much is max. size of DVD?
ons 2005-01-12 klockan 11:45 +0100 skrev Bezecný Martin:
> I've got trouble with make iso file systems on sarge with 2.6.8-1-686
> I succesfully made iso and burned it to DVD-R with K3b. There was only
> one *.avi file which has 3750608896 bytes (3,5GB). This file is
> digitized video from DV camera, therefore only one large file.
> Now I have problem, when I do same thing with 4410620928 bytes file.
> Output from mkisofs is a error "Value too large for defined data
> I googled for this problem, but I found only question of people with
> same problem, but not solution.
> In this http://lists.debian.org/cdwrite/2004/12/msg00053.html
> contribution wrote about multiextent files. What is it?
> How can I burn dvd in Linux, which recognize in windows too?
> mkisofs 2.01a34-unofficial-iconv (i686-pc-linux-gnu)
> Thanks for every answers.
I think 4.7GB are salesman's GB, i.e. 1000 and not 1024. If translated
to "real" GB, DVD±R[W] capacity is not larger than 4.4GB