On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 16:26:18 +0100, Christoph Herrmann wrote:
> Im running -STABLE and -CURRENT from different disks on the same box.
> And with -STABLE there are no problems burning CDs with a YAMAHA CRW6416S
> on an Adaptec 2940.
> But withs -CURRENT all CDs are broken. Cdrecord produces no Error messages
> and exits normaly, but there are areas with binary zeros on the CD. I
> tested several versions of cdrecord, the newest out of the ports, I
> compiled a staticly linked cdrecord on -STABLE which is running fine
> there. But the result on -CURRENT is always the same: The CDs are broken
> and they are identical, no matter which version of cdrecord I use.
> Are there any known problems with /dev/pass* ? What else could be the
So did you try the statically linked -stable binary on -current?
Is it completely static? (i.e. ldd cdrecord should report that it isn't a
That may help narrow the problem down somewhat. I'm not sure, though,
whether the -stable binary will work with the pass interface on -current.
Are there any areas with good data on the CD? i.e. can you see any pattern
to the corruption? If you compare the same CD burned from -current and
-stable you might begin to see a patern.
Is the table of contents correct?
To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]
with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message