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Re: [SLUG] Checking a CDR
- To: Sydney Linux Users Group <slug@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [SLUG] Checking a CDR
- From: Ken Yap <ken@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed Nov 29 11:48:29 2000
- Reply-to: ken@xxxxxxxxxx (Ken Yap)
>What is the best way to check a burn on a CDR.
>It seemed to stop quicker than I expected, but it mounts OK and the
>listing looks OK, but I would like to know that the files are OK.
>I guess what I am looking for is fsck.iso9660 but no such beast exists.
There are different ways depending on how thorough you want to be:
File level check:
diff -r /mnt/cdrom /top/directory/of/archive
(You may get complaints about TRANS.TBL not found in disk directories.)
Block level check:
cmp /dev/cdrom /tmp/isoimage