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Thread: Missing Files on iso9660?

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    Missing Files on iso9660?

    Whenever I eject the Knoppix CD and mount a new one ("umount -l /dev/scd0;eject /dev/scd0;mount /dev/scd0 /cdrom"), it seems to be missing files off of it...

    I've tried lots of different disks, and it seems other 'system' CDs (Morphix, Slack 10 CD1&2, etc) work fine, certain disks don't display ANYTHING, and others randomly pick 10 files and display them (mounting it a different time will show different files than the first time)...

    If I boot to a kernel I configured myself, it works just fine, CDs mount, everything's displayed, etc. The CD/DVDs I burned that aren't 'system' CDs are burned as standard rock ridge iso9660...

    Uh... what's going on? It should have nothing to do with the Knoppix CD not being in, as the iso stuff is compiled in (isofs isn't displayed on lsmod). This is the same on both the Knoppix 2.4 kernel and 2.6 kernel...

    Any ideas?

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    Re: Missing Files on iso9660?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aeiri
    Whenever I eject the Knoppix CD and mount a new one ("umount -l /dev/scd0;eject /dev/scd0;mount /dev/scd0 /cdrom"), it seems to be missing files off of it...

    I've tried lots of different disks, and it seems other 'system' CDs (Morphix, Slack 10 CD1&2, etc) work fine, certain disks don't display ANYTHING, and others randomly pick 10 files and display them (mounting it a different time will show different files than the first time)...

    If I boot to a kernel I configured myself, it works just fine, CDs mount, everything's displayed, etc. The CD/DVDs I burned that aren't 'system' CDs are burned as standard rock ridge iso9660...

    Uh... what's going on? It should have nothing to do with the Knoppix CD not being in, as the iso stuff is compiled in (isofs isn't displayed on lsmod). This is the same on both the Knoppix 2.4 kernel and 2.6 kernel...

    Any ideas?
    I had a problem like that before, making mount automaticly set the fs worked nicely. Though it would be a bother to do every time you booted.

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    Re: Missing Files on iso9660?

    Quote Originally Posted by firebyrd10
    I had a problem like that before, making mount automaticly set the fs worked nicely. Though it would be a bother to do every time you booted.
    Could you explain what you mean? What exactly did you do?

    "mount -t auto /dev/scd0 /cdrom"?

    Doing the above didn't work.... I'm not sure what you mean though :/

    I have a bash script that is loaded every boot, I can just tack whatever on the end of it if you have a solution

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    I think the command would be

    mount -a /dev/cdrom0 /cdrom

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