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matiasbatero


Joined: 11 Oct 2012
Posts: 60
Location: Mar del Plata, Argentina

PostPosted: Fri 09 Aug 2013, 01:38    Post subject:  

Hi Zigbert!!! How are you? Smile.

I read some parts of this thread, because it's very interesting.
Reading some pages (range 120 to 136), i see that multisession recording have troubles or fail when users write a first session with "X" settings, and then.. further session with another "Y" settings.. THIS, always fall.
Now, PBurn seems to have less filesystem options than older versions, and this solve the problem partially. Your program needs to fight with this situation. I'm developing a burning app, and have the same battle..

I made a "trick" to solve this, and maybe it can be usefull for you! Smile

The trick consists to sacrifice one of the less common filesystem labels.

Code:
System id:
Volume id:
Volume set id:
Publisher id:
Data preparer id:
Application id:
Copyright File id:
Abstract File id:
Bibliographic File id:


For example, suppose that i sacrifice "Data preparer id" (this label supports 128bytes). Smile

When i made a filesystem with mkisofs (example) or growisofs (2º example)

Code:
mkisofs -r -J -joliet-long -v "label" -o test.iso /home/xyz/folder


The idea is save '-r -J -joliet-long' like string as "Data preparer id" (-p)

Code:
mkisofs -r -J -joliet-long -v "label" -p "-r -J -joliet-long" -o test.iso /home/xyz/folder


This "multisession filesystem information", is now impicitly saved on real filesystem. Then, after creating first session, you can continue adding session with this process:

#1 : Use isoinfo -i dev=$PATH , to extract the "preparer label" and save into variable like: multi_settings
(isoinfo is part of cdrtools)

#2 : When you make the second session (suppose dvd = 2º example) do that:

Code:
growisofs -M /dev/dvd $multi_settings /folder/to/add


Now all multisession disk, with any combination of filesystem settings never fail.

Well, I hope it was useful Smile

PD: I don't know yet... i'm thinking to migrate my program to pure UDF (mkudfs tools) or continue implementing this trick and continue with mkisofs... big deal.

PD2: Sorry for my english Wink
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zigbert


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PostPosted: Fri 09 Aug 2013, 16:55    Post subject:  

matiasbatero
Thank you for a good idea!

As you mentioned, the recent pBurn has made the filesystem-settings much simpler, but I still see your solution as a step forward.

- I think the Data preparer id also should hold 'pburn' to verify the content.
- In the case of pBurn, I think it would be enough to store the isolevel 1/3/4 to determine which radiobutton to activate. The rest could be made insensitive.

I will consider it....


Thanks again
Sigmund

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matiasbatero


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PostPosted: Sat 10 Aug 2013, 01:44    Post subject:  

Nice, if it is useful!

Zigbert, Another thing..! i'm investigating pure UDF tools (udftools), and making some experiments etc.. i will do the effort for my app, because from what i know, there is not app-utility to deal with this filesystem and can be useful for some users.

If you have intentions to include pure UDF support in future releases, send me a MP. If i have something working i can share it with you.

PD: Level4 is excellent. Sometimes i use level4 with -Z to include filesystem-compression. Only for linux, but It's so powerfull!! Always, compression is relative, but.. some of my experiments reveals that the saving space is considerable.. around 18-20%. Time ago, a user reported that he put +900M of data on normal 700M cd. Incredible..
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PostPosted: Sat 10 Aug 2013, 06:18    Post subject:  

I didn't know there existed a compression....


Impressive!
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otropogo


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Posts: 702
Location: Southern Rocky Mt. Trench

PostPosted: Sun 25 Aug 2013, 13:13    Post subject: scary iso loss and burn failure w/Pburn 4.05
Subject description: burn fails, tmp directory "full" w/69GB free, 3.4GB iso lost!
 

Have just run Pburn for the first time since 4.01 failed to work for me. I installed the necessary GTKdialog pet, and 4.03 seemed to install and run without issue at first.

I changed them temp directory from root (in my 2fs save file) to /home/pburntmp/ on my hard drive with 70GB of free space.

I then inserted a DVD-RW disk with an old Knoppix 7.x installation on it, hit the "disk info" tab, and had my first surprise.

1. the red-green bar showed all green, indicating that the entire disk was empty, but

2. directoris and files on the disk ("boot/..KNOPPIX/... autorun,cat..etc.) were listed in the contents window.

3.when I closed Pburn and reopened it, however, a fraction of the disk was now shown red , and the free space listed as only 3.69GB

4. when I tried to quick-blank the disk, I got the usual scolding that this isn't necessary - just write over it,



So I then directed pburn to burn a 3.4GB iso

5. pburn then reported that the disk was unwritable, and

6. offered to blank it

7. I accepted, and pburn started writing without further ado

8. when the write was shown as 100% complete, a popup declared the temporary cache had run out space, suggested I make more space available, and asked if I wanted to start over.

The Info window now shows the same contents list and free space on the disk as before, and the temporary storage folder still shows as:

home/pburntmp/

with "73442 Mb free"...

Here's the burn log:

Pburn version 4.0.5

###################################################
COMMAND:
###################################################
growisofs -use-the-force-luke=notray -C 0,0 -M /dev/sr0="/mnt/home/0mysoft/xp2003/XP 2003 DVD.iso"
growisofs -use-the-force-luke=notray -M /dev/sr0=/dev/zero

###################################################
OUTPUT:
###################################################
growisofs: -C argument is insane.
Executing 'builtin_dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sr0 obs=32k seek=22312'
/dev/sr0: restarting DVD+RW format...
/dev/sr0: "Current Write Speed" is 4.1x1352KBps.
737771520/4700372992 ( 0.2%) @1.4x, remaining 49:38 RBU 100.0% UBU 4.8%
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:-[ WRITE@LBA=230540h failed with SK=5h/LOGICAL BLOCK ADDRESS OUT OF RANGE]: No space left on device
Sad write failed: No space left on device
/dev/sr0: flushing cache
/dev/sr0: writing lead-out

When I look in the /home/pburntmp/

folder, I see there a symlink "pburn_symlink_tree", whose properties show the "real" directory as :

/initrd/dev_save/pburntmp

I moved the symlink to trash, returned to pburn and started a quick blank on the disk, which seemed to succeed.

Here's the log:

Pburn version 4.0.5

###################################################
COMMAND:
###################################################
dvd+rw-format -force /dev/sr0
#dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sr0 bs=32k count=32 #

###################################################
OUTPUT:
###################################################
* BD/DVD±RW/-RAM format utility by <appro@fy.chalmers.se>, version 7.1.
* 4.7GB DVD+RW media detected.
* formatting .0.0%|/-\|/-\


I then tried to burn the 3.4GB iso again, only to find the iso has disappeared from my system. It's not in trash, and it's not in the folder where I left it. It was last seen as pending in pburn's to-burn window

It took me more than 3 hours to download...

Any idea where it might be, what might have happened to it, and, most importantly, how I might recover it without doing another 3-hour download?

Update: it took me three tries and more than ten hours and 14GB downloaded to get a replacement copy or the lost 3.4GB iso. So I'm very anxious not to lose it again.

I've searched through the menus of pburn 4.05 looking for a option that might explain the disappearance of the file, but I can't find anything. I vaguely recall seeing such an option to delete the file after burning it, but I've never set it, and have never had this happen before.

I've made a backup copy of the ISO, but at 8MB/s or so, that's a bit of a PIA too.

Can anyone tell me where the menu option to delete the file after burning is?

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PostPosted: Sun 15 Sep 2013, 04:15    Post subject: After burning CDs, cover them
Subject description: KoverArtist from KDE 3.5.7
 

I have found KoverArtist for making my CD covers (included in Legacy OS, KDE 3.5.7). Are they other tools in puppy ?
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PostPosted: Sun 15 Sep 2013, 07:51    Post subject: Re: After burning CDs, cover them
Subject description: KoverArtist from KDE 3.5.7
 

Pelo wrote:
I have found KoverArtist for making my CD covers (included in Legacy OS, KDE 3.5.7). Are they other tools in puppy ?
I don't think there are tools for cover art in Puppy, but a inkscape template should do it, or ?


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PostPosted: Sun 15 Sep 2013, 07:54    Post subject:  

pBurn 4.1.0
See main post

Changelog
- Store filesystem info in preparer-id for correct multisession settings. (thanks to matiasbatero)
- Squeezed multisession/close disc into one option.
- Remove preparer-id from gui.
- Updated Help file - Burn chapter - multisession.
- Option to delay message-boxes to ensure them to on top.

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PostPosted: Sat 28 Sep 2013, 07:55    Post subject:  

pBurn 4.1.1
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Changelog
- Adjusted msg: 'Multisession disc is not initialized by pBurn'.
- Minor update in the helpfile < Multisession > chapter.
- Fix alignment in burn-options 'Publish' tab.
- Change name from Pburn to pBurn.
- Clean up gui for burner-drive selection. Both at first-run and in burn-options.
- Fix alignment in burn-options - Advanced tab - CPU priority.
- Bugfix: Choose mediatype manually should (de)activate checkbox to overwrite.
- Bugfix: Heading in filechooser (temporary storage should be pBurn.

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PostPosted: Sat 05 Oct 2013, 12:10    Post subject:  

pBurn 4.1.2
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Changelog
- Use comboboxtext instead of combobox widget when choosing mediatype for video-DVD and blanking.
- Minor update in the helpfile - Filesystem.
- Bugfix: Detected mediatype shows up twice in list when burning data disc.

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PostPosted: Sat 05 Oct 2013, 12:27    Post subject:  

This is pBurn 4 in a nutshell:
- Simpler way to choose filesystem. No Joliet/rockridge or isolevel settings.
- pBurn now detects the filesystem from the first burn session.
- Support of recent Windows systems.

These 3 new features makes multisession burning much more useful and reliable with pBurn.


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PostPosted: Tue 08 Oct 2013, 08:19    Post subject:  

For anyone wishing to EXPERIMENT with upgrading to the latest pBurn in Precise (and derivatives), Wheezy, Lucid and/or Exprimo I have compiled the dependency cdrtools-3 in each of those with separate DEV and DOC .pets and uploaded them here:-

http://yadi.sk/d/zTshLczR4wHj8

Slacko and Upup Raring already have this package. In Wheezy you may need to install the dvd+rwtools .pet which is there also

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PostPosted: Tue 08 Oct 2013, 15:28    Post subject:  

Oscar
I have made a link in the main post to your pets.


Thanks a lot
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PostPosted: Fri 11 Oct 2013, 15:19    Post subject: Re: pBurn 4.1.2  

I finally got 4.12 to behave as expected, ie "blank complete" a CD-RW, on my desktop computer.

(On this Dell laptop, it had quit with an error message.)

As I'm sure many have said, Sigmund does excellent work.

I hope to explore the features of pBurn some more, in the near future.

Thanks,
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PostPosted: Fri 11 Oct 2013, 16:38    Post subject: Re: pBurn 4.1.2  

sheldonisaac wrote:
(On this Dell laptop, it had quit with an error message.)
It would be great to know the error message. - Maybe pBurn could be improved/fixed.

sheldonisaac wrote:
As I'm sure many have said, Sigmund does excellent work.
Thank you


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