Fedora Installation :: Brasero Check Disk - Error Some Files Could Be Corrupted
Jul 7, 2009
I download the live 64 and burned it to a disk after it burns to the disk Brasero checks and says "error some files could be corrupted." I burn it slowest burn same thing happen. I downloaded thinking I had a corrupted download. Same thing happen. I never had a problem burning iso until now. What am I doing wrong?
So I popped in a blank CD, opened up brasero, told it to create a new video project, added my files.... It told me to install vcdimager, so I did that and restarted brasero. I then told it to burn the video files to the disk as an (S)VCD. It began converting the files before the burn. After the conversion was complete, it gave the message "ejecting medium" and then it ejected the disk. After that, it said it encountered and error and wouldn't do anything from there. I tried a different CD, I tried just closing the disk drive. It just gives me the same error.
I'm having trouble burning a data disk. When I burn it ejects the DVD, then saves a log. Here's the last few lines of its contents:
BraseroGenisoimage stderr: /usr/bin/genisoimage: Warning: Directory loop (/home/robert/Desktop/Mount_Directory/var/at/spool dev: 700 ino: 13323). BraseroGenisoimage stderr: /usr/bin/genisoimage: Warning: Directory loop (/home/robert/Desktop/Mount_Directory/var/spool/postfix dev: 700 ino: 13200). BraseroGenisoimage stderr: /usr/bin/genisoimage: Warning: Directory loop (/home/robert/Desktop/Mount_Directory/var/spool/postfix/pid dev: 700 ino: 13210). BraseroGenisoimage stderr: /usr/bin/genisoimage: Warning: Directory loop (/home/robert/Desktop/Mount_Directory/var/spool/samba dev: 700 ino: 13247). BraseroGenisoimage stderr: /usr/bin/genisoimage: No such file or directory. Non-existent or inaccessible: /home/robert/Desktop/Mount_Directory/Read Before You Install.app/Contents/Resources/ko.lproj/설치 전에 읽어보기.pdf BraseroGenisoimage stderr: /usr/bin/genisoimage: Warning: Directory loop (/home/robert/Desktop/Mount_Directory/var/cron/tabs dev: 700 ino: 12670). BraseroGenisoimage stderr: /usr/bin/genisoimage: Error: '/home/robert/Desktop/Mount_Directory/private/var/log/wtmp' and '/home/robert/Desktop/Mount_Directory/var/log/wtmp' have the same Rock Ridge name 'wtmp'. BraseroGenisoimage stderr: Unable to sort directory var/log BraseroGenisoimage called brasero_job_error BraseroGenisoimage finished with an error BraseroGenisoimage asked to stop because of an error error= 16 message= "An image could not be created" BraseroGenisoimage stopping BraseroGenisoimage got killed Session error : An image could not be created (brasero_burn_record brasero-burn.c:2839)
Quite a bit of stuff. You can download its full contents. I have no idea what this means and I really would like to make this disk.
I want to have brasero or k3b do a data check after burning a backup cd. I know that in Nero for Windows you just click on the box that says "verify after burning". For brasero I see that you need an md5 file but it will be to tedious to use an md5 utility to make a checksum for every file and then put in in a txt.
I'm COMPLETELY new to linux. I"m running Ubuntu 9.10 and TRYING to install Devede. I have tried the Terminal, Synaptic Manger, and the Add/Remove and still keep getting this same error. I'm running a regular 32 bit Pentium 3 process to test if I like Linux or not. this is what it says: E: /var/cache/apt/archives/libavcodec-extra-52_4%3a0.5+svn20090706-2ubuntu3_i386.deb: corrupted filesystem tarfile - corrupted package archive this is not a DUAL boot computer either.
I just installed Ubuntu 11.04 but "whenever i try to download or install any software from 'Ubuntu software Center'it gives error: "Failed to download Package Files Check your internet Connection" Internet is working fine!I've also tried the command: "sudo apt-get update"
Each time, different methods, I get this about 3/4 of the way through:
The installer encountered an error copying files to the hard disk:
[Errno 5] Input/output error
This is often due to a faulty CD/DVD disk or drive, or a faulty hard disk. It may help to clean the CD/DVD, to burn the CD/DVD at a lower speed, to clean the CD/DVD drive lens (cleaning kits are often available from electronics suppliers), to check whether the hard disk is old and in need of replacement, or to move the system to a cooler environment.
The only possibility of those is the CD being bad. But I've used it before, recently, and it was fine. I will burn another one from my other computer and try, but it shouldn't be doing this.
Question: If I plan to only use Ubuntu on this computer (no dual boot) should I make the /,swap and /home partitions all Primary or some logical, or does it even matter?
I recording CD-RW with Brasero and at the end I get the error. The iso-image was write to disk, but lead-in and lead-out seems to be didn't write. What is the problem? This the log of the brasero:
Quote: Checking session consistency (brasero_burn_check_session_consistency brasero-burn.c:1848) BraseroBurnURI called brasero_job_get_action BraseroBurnURI called brasero_job_get_action BraseroBurnURI called brasero_job_set_output_size_for_current_track BraseroBurnURI stopping BraseroBurnURI called brasero_job_get_action
before i proceed,I'll like to say that I'm a complete newbie, but enjoying my time with Ubuntu.
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How to recover these files? Is there a way by which Ubuntu automatically scans and repairs the system files.
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I'm trying to install Fedora for the first time on my Desktop. Unfortunately, upon restart once the installation is complete I get the following error:
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I know that the details are sparse...but that's all I did. I'm happy to go back into the installer to retreive any necessary information that may be needed/to reinstall.
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isolinux: Disk error 10, AX = 4209, drive EF
Boot failed: press a key to retry...
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