[Bug 42023] Re: attempt to access beyond end of device on DVD
dufresnep at gmail.com
Fri Nov 23 14:53:33 GMT 2007
Does this happens only on commercial DVD (read movie DVD)?
Even if the movie been downloaded, it could have been read from DVD
without being decrypted by some decss decoder program.
This could indeed fit bug #140044 (Commercial DVDs fail to mount. System
simply hangs spinning disks. Both libdvdread3 and libdvdcss2 are
installed. [Bug appeared with Gutsy according to bug poster]).
It is still unclear to me which programs cause the:
Apr 29 11:28:34 localhost kernel: [10458.017362] attempt to access beyond end of device
Apr 29 11:28:34 localhost kernel: [10458.017441] hdc: rw=0, want=8946808, limit=8388604
to appears. By opening a console and issuing 'sudo dmesg -c' you show AND CLEAR the kernel messages.
Then by using programs and issuing dmesg commands, you should find which programs cause it (or avoid causing it [like cdread I suppose]).
attempt to access beyond end of device on DVD
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