hfs cdrom broken in 2.4.13pre
schmitz at opal.biophys.uni-duesseldorf.de
Tue Oct 23 20:08:04 EST 2001
> > > >> The last kernel I'm sure it worked fine is 2.4.7
> > > >
> > > > Mount it over loopback device.
> > >
> > > Why has that become necessary?
> > Primarily because the glue in the middle isnt covering up for your CD-ROM
> > any more.
> No, really. What's changed to break HFS cdrom support?
The cdcom code no longer permitting to fake a nonstandard block size? The
blocksize on CDs is always 2k IIRC, the HFS driver just can't cope with
Besides - hasn't HFS CDROM support been broken since a long time? Or was
that HFS? :-)
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