[conspire] is there a minimum size iso that cdrecord will successfully write to a cd?

Daniel Gimpelevich daniel at gimpelevich.san-francisco.ca.us
Tue Nov 2 16:32:55 PST 2004

The lines below speak volumes. Unless you used a CD-RW, you have most
likely burned a coaster, because you accidentally typed ./ instead of >>
on the cdrecord command line. Your data was burned correctly into track 1,
but there's a track 2 containing the mkisofs log file with no filesystem
that appears to be confusing mount. You should try mounting under several
different OSes to see which ones can handle multiple data tracks
correctly, as it now appears that Linux can't.

On Tue, 02 Nov 2004 12:28:59 -0800, Darlene Wallach wrote:

> # cdrecord -v -dev=0,0,0 speed=8 name.iso ./cdrecord-name.iso.log 
> 2>&1
> the log file shows:
> Track 02: data     0 MB         padsize:  598 KB
> Starting new track at sector: 7896
> Track 02:   0 of   0 MB written.
> WARNING: padding up to secsize.
> Track 02: writing 598 KB of pad data.
> Track 02: Total bytes read/written: 43/614400 (300 sectors).

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