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Re: [Libcdio-devel] udf_read_sectors cannot handle offsets past 2 GB

From: Rocky Bernstein
Subject: Re: [Libcdio-devel] udf_read_sectors cannot handle offsets past 2 GB
Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2012 22:58:29 -0500

On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 4:15 PM, Pete Batard <address@hidden> wrote:

> On 2012.01.24 17:46, Pete Batard wrote:
>> With this, and provided you apply the next extra.c fix (cf. next mail),
>> you should get working extraction of the Windows 8 preview image on
>> Linux
> This seems to be true on x86 Linux (as well as x86 Windows), but not for
> ARM Linux...
> I just ran a test on an ARM based Linux platform (a Sheevaplug running
> ArmedSlack), that has LFS support, but a lot of the extracted files are
> getting corrupted, such as /sources/readme.rtf (should be mostly ASCII
> text). Many others, such as the > 4GB install.wim, seem to be fine though,
> and I also haven't observed any corruption on x86 so far.
> I also tested the sample UDF image on the same platform, and the extracted
> files were OK. The libcdio tests also looked good. The only failure I got
> was:
> !ASSERT: file testassert.c: line 31 (main): should not be reached
> /bin/sh: line 5: 23287 Aborted                 ${dir}$tst
> XFAIL: testassert

I've seen this happen I think on cygwin. The test is just testing that
assert asserts. And on some systems it doesn't seem to.

> I'll try to investigate some more when I have a chance, though I must
> admit that, since my only concern is x86, and x86 looks good so far, the
> priority will low.
> Regards,
> /Pete

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