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Re: k3b & brasero don't work, nerolinux does- works ar 2X



On Fri January 9 2009, Rainer Kluge wrote:
> ...and you should try to give a more specific description of the
> problem. Does the write process fail?
yes it did. with K3B it would say completed, yet when I ejected the DVD & then 
put it back in, it said it was blank. Other times, it wouldstart buring, get 
to 27% then hang and fail.
If you look back in this thread or the other thread I gave the error messages.
like this one:
http://groups.google.com/group/linux.debian.user/browse_thread/thread/72de0f9c14bc4a05/1280fb0da9c33e03?lnk=raot&pli=1
. I even tried running
K3B from a root terminal. When I run k3b to create a video DVD here is the
console output:
Capacity:        510:38:38 (LBA 2297888) (4706074624 Bytes)
Remaining size:  510:38:38 (LBA 2297888) (4706074624 Bytes)
Used Size:       00:00:00 (LBA 0) (0 Bytes)
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0: GET PERFORMANCE dataLen = 72
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0: GET PERFORMANCE successful with reported
length: 68
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0:  Number of supported write speeds via GET
PERFORMANCE: 4
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0 : 22160 KB/s
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0 : 16620 KB/s
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0 : 11080 KB/s
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0 : 5540 KB/s
adding udi   /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/volume_empty_dvd_r
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0: GET CONFIGURATION length det failed.
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0: GET CONFIGURATION length det failed.
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0: GET CONFIGURATION length det failed.
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0: GET PERFORMANCE dataLen = 72
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0: GET PERFORMANCE successful with reported
length: 68
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0:  Number of supported write speeds via GET
PERFORMANCE: 4
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0 : 22160 KB/s
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0 : 16620 KB/s
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0 : 11080 KB/s
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0 : 5540 KB/s
First sec data area: 43:41:33 (LBA 196608) (402653184
Last sec data area: 202:21:17 (LBA 910592) (1864892416 Bytes)
Last sec layer 1: 00:00:00 (LBA 0) (0 Bytes)
Layer 1 length: 00:00:01 (LBA 1) (2048 Bytes)
Layer 2 length: 202:21:17 (LBA 910592) (1864892416 Bytes)
DiskInfo:
Mediatype:       DVD-R Sequential
Current Profile: DVD-R Sequential
Disk state:      incomplete
Empty:           0
Rewritable:      0
Appendable:      1
Sessions:        0
Tracks:          1
Layers:          1
Capacity:        510:46:46 (LBA 2298496) (4707319808 Bytes)
Remaining size:  510:46:45 (LBA 2298495) (4707317760 Bytes)
Used Size:       00:00:01 (LBA 1) (2048 Bytes)
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0: GET PERFORMANCE dataLen = 8
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0: GET PERFORMANCE reports bogus dataLen: 8
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0:  Number of supported write speeds via 2A: 4
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0 : 8468 KB/s
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0 : 7056 KB/s
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0 : 4234 KB/s
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0 : 2822 KB/s
(K3bDevice::ScsiCommand) failed:
                           command:    READ (10) (28)
                           errorcode:  70
                           sense key:  NOT READY (2)
                           asc:        3a
                           ascq:       0
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0: READ 10 failed!
(K3bDevice::ScsiCommand) failed:
                           command:    READ (10) (28)
                           errorcode:  70
                           sense key:  NOT READY (2)
                           asc:        3a
                           ascq:       0
(K3bDevice::Device) /dev/scd0: READ 10 failed!
( did that sequence quite a few more times..)

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it ejected the DVD, said success, yet the DVD is blank 

> If yes, are there error messages? 
> If no, what happens exactly when you try to read the DVD? Is it a data
> or video DVD. Maybe all this is somewhere in this tread - among all
> these legel discussions - but you should put it in the bug report anyway.
>
> Regards



-- 
Paul Cartwright
Registered Linux user # 367800
Registered Ubuntu User #12459


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