|Sep 9, 2013, 02:43 PM||#1|
Finder does not read DVD while Terminal does
I have recently encountered a weird problem. I have received DVD+R discs that I can't read in Finder. They show up in Devices list, appear on desktop (albeit with folder icon, not DVD one). When I click on it, I can see folders on DVD (but not files), but every one is empty (statusbar tells "0 items"). I cannot copy those folders anywhere (I got error -8060).
Now the funny part.
Disc is mounted correctly:
$ mount (...) /dev/disk2 on /Volumes/ŚLUB DVD1 (udf, local, nodev, nosuid, read-only, noowners)
I am only confused by high used inode count:
$ df . Filesystem 512-blocks Used Available Capacity iused ifree %iused Mounted on /dev/disk2 6710496 6710496 0 100% 18446744073707874556 1677624 3270699303848913920% /Volumes/ŚLUB DVD1
|Sep 9, 2013, 10:00 PM||#2|
Just guessing, but it looks like it was written to, but the session wasn't closed.
MacPro 5,1 6-Core 3.33GHz, 48GB, AMD HD 7970
Optical- Apple Super Drive & MCE Internal Blu-ray
512GB Samsung 840 Pro 1TB WD, 1TB Barracuda
HP RocketU 1144C USB 3.0/SOLO-X2/OS X 10.10
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