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My CD shows "TRACK01.CDA"

Ron Peterson wrote:

> On Mon, May 27, 2002 at 08:04:18PM -0400, Bill Horne wrote:
> > Long story short: it looks like a failed copy of the RH 7.1 Binary
> > Disk One from the Deluxe Workstation Set. Anybody have a way around
> > the problem?
> How was the disk copied?  Is it a CD-R or a CD-RW disk?
> My hunch is that the disk was written using something other than the
> standard ISO-9660 format.  Your kernel may not support the format used
> properly.
> Try 'cat /proc/filesystems' - what have you gots in your pocketses?


It was copied with a Wintel machine, using the CD burner program that came with the CD-R drive. The other five disks in the set look OK, so I suspect we fat fingered an option when copying the first one.

One more question: does anyone know if the standard and deluxe packages use the same two binary disks? I have a good copy of the first disk from the standard package, so maybe I'm already done.


Bill Horne
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