[Pkg-libburnia-devel] Bug#617409: brasero: Road map (was: Brasero corrupts all blank CD-R when burning)
danchev at spnet.net
Fri Jul 6 16:35:06 UTC 2012
On Friday 06 July 2012 18:11:19 Alain Rpnpif wrote:
> Sorry for the time to reply. I was busy.
Hi Alain, and thanks for the feedback!
> Le 6 juillet 2012, Paul Menzel a écrit :
> > thank you for your effort. Unfortunately no one affected by this problem
> > has replied yet. (Although we should give them some more time to reply.
> > Other things might be more important currently.)
> I have also this issue.
> > Until then I suggest to not bother anymore with that problem. If we do
> > not get anymore replies during the next two weeks, I suggest to split up
> > the Debian bug report.
> > The first one of rpnpif, downgrade the severity to important and mark it
> > as unreproducible as it worked for you.
> > Simon’s answer is probably the other bug about stopping at half
> > time/size which also is dealt with at the Launchpad report. This seems
> > to be an issue with newer versions and that help and more information
> > are needed to fix it.
> You are perhaps right with the speed that it should not be the problem.
> xorriso works fine for me with CD-RW and CD-R.
This is quite useful piece of information! This would keep us sane... well at
least we are not on crack with the underlying libburnia libraries :)
> I have tried the George's patch. This works fine for CR-RW only but not
> with CD-R (I have crashed 2 CD-R to confirm).
> With CD-R, some files are full of 00H.
Interesting. Now there is something I don't really get: You were using
libisofs plugin to talk to the growisofs plugin engaging growisofs as burner
application. But to my best knowledge growisofs is only able to burn on DVDs?
Could this explain a possible growisofs failure when faced with the task to
burn non-DVDs? I'd expected growisofs to be tested with DVDs and to succeed
Btw, any log messages like this one:
or any printf's on the terminal you have started brasero on?
> But I have a message at the end of compilation that give the list
> of the patches and that said for each, that they are removed. Normal ?
It is expected. You can also see 'dpkg-source: info:' messages at the
begining, saying that unapplied patches listed in 'series' are being applied.
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