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Re: Nonreadable (?) DVD and strange console message
> Can you confirm that the DVD is readable in _any_ drive? Not just the ones
> your FreeBSD and NetBSD systems?
> Are you sure you want /dev/cd0a instead of /dev/cd0d?
> Can you confirm that the data on the DVD isn't garbage? Here's a slightly
> idea: use dd(1) to copy the data from /dev/rcd0a into a disk image, then mount
> it with the help of vnconfig(8). You can also run file(1) on the disk image
> see what it thinks it is.
> In my experience, Seagate often does silly stuff, like hiding things. For
> example, my "fresh-out-of-the-box" 1TB hard disk from them actually had a
> of dotfiles and $hidden-Windows$ stuff on it. So it's worth running "ls -a" in
> addition to "ls" as you mentioned. Seagate probably doesn't want you to
> its data in "irregular" ways, like using NetBSD ;)
I still wonder what that message means:
CD mmc 16, mmc_cur 0x80, mmc_cap 0xd3b
I tried mounting /dev/cd0d instead of /dev/cd0a, same result.
ls -a showed
so something had to be there, albeit well-hidden.
I suspect the DVD might be defective, or maybe put together in the wrong way.
I intend to try the DVD with the System Rescue CD (Linux) 4.3.0 (the latest)
and Haiku R1Alpha4. Maybe even FreeDOS, though that could fail to read a good
CD or DVD.
I also have a Seagate 4 TB hard drive, NAS model but used as regular internal
SATA hard drive.
So far so good; I partitioned with Rod Smith's gdisk, installed from FreeBSD
ports, not available for NetBSD.
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