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    DVD (video) not seen when using automount, (or not)

    I have setup and tested automount, but I am unable to see video DVDs. I am able to see other drives and DVD's with files only, but video DVDs are unable to be identified. Here is the output of dmesg | tail after putting the disc in:
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        7.692160] EXT4-fs (sdd): VFS: Can't find ext4 filesystem
        7.693404] EXT4-fs (sdd): VFS: Can't find ext4 filesystem
        7.694744] FAT-fs (sdd): invalid media value (0xb9)
        7.694758] FAT-fs (sdd): Can't find a valid FAT filesystem
        7.770687] EXT4-fs (sdd2): unable to read superblock
        7.772454] EXT4-fs (sdd2): unable to read superblock
        7.774202] EXT4-fs (sdd2): unable to read superblock
        7.777263] FAT-fs (sdd2): invalid media value (0xb3)
        7.777277] FAT-fs (sdd2): Can't find a valid FAT filesystem
        8.228201] EXT4-fs (sdd5): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts: (null)
    The square bracket at the beginning had to be removed, otherwise it gets mangled, thinking that it's BB Code.

    Thanks in advance,
    Codingman
    Last edited by codingman; April 22nd, 2013 at 01:31 AM.
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    Re: DVD (video) not seen when using automount, (or not)

    Hi

    It's looking for an ext4 filing system on the drive.

    It should be looking for udf.

    I am not booted into Arch at the moment and this netbook has no CD/DVD drive, so i'm not sure how useful i can be.

    If you manually mount the DVD does that read it ?

    I can throw some generic, non Ubuntu related command your way though to check

    What does this return

    Code:
    grep udf /proc/filesystems
    How's about this ?

    Code:
    modprobe -l | grep udf
    On Ubuntu this returns
    Code:
    matthew-S206:/home/matthew/useful_commands_dir % modprobe -l | grep udf    
    kernel/fs/udf/udf.ko
    matthew-S206:/home/matthew/useful_commands_dir %
    Is this module loaded ?

    Code:
    lsmod | grep udf
    Here's the relevant part of the man mount page

    Code:
    man mount | less +/"Mount options for udf"
    Hopefully that will get you started.

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    Re: DVD (video) not seen when using automount, (or not)

    Thank you for the information, I will post the results.
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    Re: DVD (video) not seen when using automount, (or not)

    Quote Originally Posted by matt_symes View Post
    Hi

    It's looking for an ext4 filing system on the drive.

    It should be looking for udf.

    I am not booted into Arch at the moment and this netbook has no CD/DVD drive, so i'm not sure how useful i can be.

    If you manually mount the DVD does that read it ?

    I can throw some generic, non Ubuntu related command your way though to check

    What does this return

    Code:
    grep udf /proc/filesystems
    This returns nothing.

    How's about this?

    Code:
    modprobe -l | grep udf
    There is no option for -l spitting the invalid operation error.

    On Ubuntu this returns
    Code:
    matthew-S206:/home/matthew/useful_commands_dir % modprobe -l | grep udf    
    kernel/fs/udf/udf.ko
    matthew-S206:/home/matthew/useful_commands_dir %
    Is this module loaded ?

    Code:
    lsmod | grep udf
    This obviously returns nothing.

    Here's the relevant part of the man mount page

    Code:
    man mount | less +/"Mount options for udf"
    Hopefully that will get you started.

    Kind regards
    I currently do not have the disc in, I will be able to get it tomorrow, so until then I can not test the setup. Good night!
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