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mulyadi.santosa

mulyadi.santosa

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    RE: need Linux compatible external DVD writer
    Hi all Thanks for thoughts. I'll keep them in mind. BTW, I check my laptop BIOS' menu and it has option to boot from USB CDROM. It's not named "USB HDD", instead it is named USB-CDROM but I believe that means my laptop support USB DVD booting. I still welcome further opinions.
    Link to this post 25 Sep 09

    Hi all

    Thanks for thoughts. I'll keep them in mind.

    BTW, I check my laptop BIOS' menu and it has option to boot from USB CDROM. It's not named "USB HDD", instead it is named USB-CDROM but I believe that means my laptop support USB DVD booting.

    I still welcome further opinions.

  • mulyadi.santosa
    need Linux compatible external DVD writer
    Hi all.. Recently, I plan to buy an external DVD writer to replace the functionality of the broken internal DVD writer built into my laptop. But I have a doubt, are all external DVD writers compatible with Linux? Could any of you recommend certain models that are compatible with Linux, specifically Fedora 9 with 2.6.31 kernel? More over, (and probably you might already guessed) it should be a USB 2.0 based.Preferrably under US$ 100 and can be used for booting. Thanks in advance for your help.
    Link to this post 24 Sep 09

    Hi all..

    Recently, I plan to buy an external DVD writer to replace the functionality of the broken internal DVD writer built into my laptop.

    But I have a doubt, are all external DVD writers compatible with Linux? Could any of you recommend certain models that are compatible with Linux, specifically Fedora 9 with 2.6.31 kernel?

    More over, (and probably you might already guessed) it should be a USB 2.0 based.Preferrably under US$ 100 and can be used for booting.

    Thanks in advance for your help.

  • mulyadi.santosa
    RE: copy_from_user does not copy from process-heap
    Hi... There is a chance you're not copying from the right user space address. May I know how do you determine the source address in the related user process address space you want to copy from?
    Link to this post 24 Sep 09

    Hi...

    There is a chance you're not copying from the right user space address. May I know how do you determine the source address in the related user process address space you want to copy from?

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