If I burn an iso image with:
wodim -data dev=/dev/scd0 in.iso
and then read it back out with:
dd if=/dev/scd0 of=out.iso
The resulting files are not identical,
out.iso is 2048 bytes shorter then
in.iso. What is going on here and how can I fix it?
Using Ubuntu 10.04 and Wodim 1.1.10
PS: dd always ends with an
Input/output error, not just with this CD, but with all of them. I think its just a limitation of dd, but an explanation why it happens and how to avoid it would be welcome as well.