And whats happen when you try to mount an bluray movie after replacing the udf module ?
The command to try this is like "mount -t udf /dev/cdrom /mnt/dvd" where /mnt/dvd can be any empty folder.
If this didnt work you can check the logfile or run "dmesg | tail" and if there is still something like "UDF-fs: minUDFReadRev=250 (max is 201)" inside it mean that your udf still didnt support udf 2.5
When I initially did the linux install I chose the 10Gig linux/50 gig PS3 split. So now when I try to do the backup following this method it fails because it runs out of space.
If I connect an external drive that is fat32 it fails because of the 4gb file limit. Can I map a drive via smb to a windows machine? I'm a linux newb so I don't fully understand the commands I would need to do that if it exists.
Is there a way to make yellowdog linux read and write to an NTFS partition. If it could I think that would make life a bit easier.
Thanks for replying to my thread regarding the Ext2fs problem. For unknown reason, I am not allowed to reply to that thread. (thread closed?).
So my answer to your question: It it the first time that I use Ext2fs. By the way, I acutally using the ext2 volumn manager from the Extfsd. Not sure if there is any different. Actually, I encountered this problem while following your guide here. I dumped the blueray movie image already, but unable to proccede due to the the PS3 linux drive not readable by my window PC. Any suggestion?