[Bug 178774] Re: Silent failure when out of /tmp space
yigael.fl at gmail.com
Mon Jan 19 01:23:27 GMT 2009
thanks for the fast reply. I apologize, I wasn't very clear in my question.
I'm calling readom from a different, custom script (not using gnomebaker).
In more detail, I'm instructing readom to create a cd/dvd image from optical media I place in the drive. Problem is, that if readom encounters bad blocks (used in various copy protections), it quits and exit status is 0 while I'd expect it to communicate the failure somehow (apart from the log). I'd hate to grep the output of readom for errors, it's too messy...
Silent failure when out of /tmp space
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