[Bug 198030] Re: brasero does not check disc integrity right

TerryG tgalati4 at aol.com
Thu Mar 6 00:02:52 GMT 2008


I'm guessing brasero works similar to k3b in that it reads the iso,
computes the MD5 then reads the burned  disk.  This assumes that the
downloaded iso is perfect.  You would have to perform a separate md5
check using the command line tool, or the readout from k3b to verify
that the download is in intact.  The wording is confusing--braser, like
k3b is simply verifying that the iso on the hard disk is bit-for-bit
verified with what is on the burned CD.  If what you downloaded has
errors, the it will simply copy those errors.  You have to manually
check the integrity of the downloaded iso by comparing with the
published MD5 from the website.

So I assume that 0.7.1 is working correctly and that the disk that you
burned passed the integrity check.  I've used k3b extensively in the
past, and only recently I've been using brasero without problems.

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brasero does not check disc integrity right
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/198030
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