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Re: [Bug-xorriso] To Thomas Schmitt: how to go on, xorriso is installed


From: Thomas Schmitt
Subject: Re: [Bug-xorriso] To Thomas Schmitt: how to go on, xorriso is installed
Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2019 11:30:57 +0200

Hi,

Adalbert Han├čen wrote:
> this is the result of the burning job done on the T400 laptop with
> StreamRecording. As apprehended, this trial yielded a wrecked CD medium:
> ...
> libburn : FATAL : SCSI error on write(32,16): [5 24 00] Illegal request.
> Invalid field in cdb.

The drive is entitled to do this, i fear.

So we have at least one drive of each combination:
- My ASUS BW-16D1HT (and others) always says it will do Stream Recording
  and always does.
- My LG GGC-H20L says it will not do Stream Recording with CD but actually
  does not complain and writes a CD-RW properly if libburn uses Stream
  Recording.
- Your drive MATSHITA UJ862A in the T400 laptop says it will not do
  and really throws an error if libburn tries to do.
- Your drive MATSHITA UJ8C0 in the W530 laptop says that it will do
  Stream Recording but throws a misleading error if libburn tries.

I am now testing the bug fix about better listening to what the drive
announces, and also the restriction of Stream Recording to DVD-RAM,
BD-R, and BD-RE for safety with drives like your UJ8C0.

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If you want, you may now post the result as answer to askubuntu.com.
The "technical diagnosis" in my mail
  Date: Sat, 13 Apr 2019 14:31:25 +0200
  Message-Id: <address@hidden>
is still valid, including the statement

  It is not yet decided whether Stream Recording will be omitted with all
  media types except DVD-RAM, BD-R, and BD-RE. For now it seems that no
  other remedy is possible for the drive which caused this question here.

although i strongly tend towards this safety precaution.


Have a nice day :)

Thomas




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