Re: UDF: buggy? libdvdread vs. udf fs driver
From: Herbert Rosmanith
Date: Mon Jun 05 2006 - 09:05:21 EST
> "the X UDFFindFile" means that libdvdread did not find the file.
> you'll probably notice that Dir.Length remains zero always, which is the
> reason that UDFFindFile fails.
ok, at least I managed to get a Dir.Length > 0 using long or short "ad"
instead of inicb -- whatever that means. "AD" like "allocation descriptor"?
long or short ADs, or ADs in the INICB? what exactly does that mean?
mkudffs --ad=long --noefe 24M
or: mkudffs --ad=short --noefe 24M
will get me a step further, but UDFFindFile will now fail at some other place.
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