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    hi
    is there any program to check quality of burned disk under linux?
    there is kprobe under windows but is there anything for linux?
    thanks so much
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    http://dvdisaster.sourceforge.net/en/download.html

    And some other info related to md5 hash under linux : http://www.g-loaded.eu/2006/10/07/verify-a-burned-cddvd-image-on-linux/

    Not 100% guaranteed , but could keep bad disc's down to a minimum .
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    well i thought about something different like kprobe for liteon drives or nerolinux cdspeed to check pi/po sektors and to scan quality of burned dvds but i am not sure if anything like this for linux does exist.....
    so that program is not actually what i wanted....
    any other ideas?
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    Theres been a few reports of users trying to run nero speed tools using wine under linux .

    http://www.winehq.com/

    From some reports , nero should not be far away with better support for linux .
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    there is no tool of its own to check PI/P0 scans under linux?
    i am supprised....i thought every windows application has similar brother under linux...
    so there is no reason to go with linux if those simple tools are missing for linux
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    If an application for PI/P0 scans has any bearing on your OS decision, I think you'd better get your priorities straight!

    /Mats
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    http://qpxtool.sourceforge.net/about.html

    What is QPxTool?

    QPxTool is the linux way to get full control over your CD/DVD drives. It is the Open Source Solution which intends to give you access to all available Quality Checks (Q-Checks) on written and blank media, that are available for your drive. This will help you to find the right media and the optimized writing speed for your hardware, which will increase the chance for a long data lifetime.

    Supported tests:

    PIE / PIF / POF Scan
    TA Scan
    Jitter / Beta Scan
    Transfer Rate Scan
    C1, C2 and CU Scan
    Extended CD Scan
    Blank Media Quality Check
    FE/TE Scan on blank media
    FE/TE Scan on written media

    Current linux support

    debian packages.debian.org/unstable/otherosfs/qpxtool

    gentoo forums.gentoo.org qpxtool-0.6.0.9.ebuild

    SuSE Guru's RPM Site

    drives supported by QPxTool:

    list of supported ASUS drives (PIE and PIF tests):

    ASUS DRW-0402P (oem Pioneer DVR-106)
    ASUS DRW-0804P (oem Pioneer DVR-107)
    ASUS DRW-1604P (oem Pioneer DVR-108)
    ASUS DRW-1608P (oem Pioneer DVR-109)
    ASUS DRW-1608P2 (oem Pioneer DVR-110)
    ASUS DRW-1608P3 (oem Pioneer DVR-111)

    list of supported BenQ drives (PIE, PIF tests):

    BenQ DW-1620
    BenQ DW-1640
    BenQ DW-1650

    list of supported LiteOn drives (PIE, PIF tests):

    LiteOn LTR 52327S
    LiteOn SOHW 811S
    LiteOn SOHW 812S
    LiteOn SOHW 832S
    LiteOn SOHW 1653S
    LiteOn SOHW 1673S
    LiteOn SOHW 1693S
    LiteOn SHW 1635S
    LiteOn SH 16A7S
    LiteOn SH-16A7S
    LiteOn LH-18A1P
    LiteOn LH-20A1P

    list of supported NEC drives (PIE, PIF tests) :

    NEC ND-3520, needs 1.UC+ (LD3520) or 3.04+ (Liggy)
    NEC ND-3530
    NEC ND-3540
    NEC ND-3550
    NEC ND-3570
    NEC ND-3650
    NEC ND-4550
    NEC ND-4570
    NEC ND-4650

    list of supported Pioneer drives (PIE and PIF tests):

    Pioneer DVR-106
    Pioneer DVR-107
    Pioneer DVR-108
    Pioneer DVR-109
    Pioneer DVR-110
    Pioneer DVR-111


    list of supported Plextor drives:

    Plextor PX-130
    Plextor Premium
    Plextor PX-708A2
    Plextor PX-712
    Plextor PX-714
    Plextor PX-716
    Plextor PX-740 (untested)
    Plextor PX-755 (needs firmware: 1.02, 1.04, 1.05, 1.06, 1.07)
    Plextor PX-760 (needs firmware: 1.01, 1.03, 1.04, 1.05, 1.06)

    list of supported Sony drives (PIE, PIF tests):

    Sony DRU-700A (oem Lite-On SOHW-832S)

    list of supported Teac drives (PIE, PIF tests):

    Teac DV-W50D (oem Pioneer DVR-106D)
    Teac DV-W58D (oem Pioneer DVR-107D)
    Teac DV-W516D (oem Pioneer DVR-108D)
    Teac DV-W58G (oem Lite-On SOHW-811S)
    Teac DV-W58G-A (oem Lite-On SOHW-812S)

    OEM models of listed drives and some other models
    made by listed manufacturers should also work,
    but you have to manualy select command set in some cases

    All other drives should do the transfer rate test.

    drives supported by PxControl:

    Plextor Premium
    Plextor PX-708A2
    Plextor PX-712
    Plextor PX-714
    Plextor PX-716
    Plextor PX-755 (needs firmware: 1.02, 1.04, 1.05, 1.06, 1.07)
    Plextor PX-760 (needs firmware: 1.01, 1.03, 1.04, 1.05, 1.06)
    older Plextor drives should also work

    It'll get there , eventually .
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    good that is something i was talking about.....
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