[g41][West Lake] Ubuntu 8.10: md5 checksum of disc unable to be reported with burnt disc. (H-L)

Bug #372075 reported by Jason Lee on 2009-05-05
This bug report is a duplicate of:  Bug #354995: Brasero Checksum Error. Edit Remove
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Bug Description

Description:
By executing the command line "md5sum /dev/cdrom" under the terminal to attempt the have the md5 checksum to be reported on the burnt disc, system reports "Input/Output error" instead.

Steps to replicate:
1. Ensure the system is configured with H-L (Hitachi-LG) optical disc writer.
2. Power on the system and boot the system to Ubuntu 8.10 OS.
3. Insert a disc with data in to the optical drive.
4. Create a file image using Brasero Disc Burning. (Applications --> Sound & Video --> Brasero Disc Burning --> Disc copy)
5. Change "Select a drive to write to" to "File image". (Remember to change the image type to .iso and select a location where the file will be easy to find.)
6. Click "Copy" to start making an image.
7. After the process has completed, execute the command "md5sum imagename.iso" under the Terminal and record the md5 checksum message reported.
8. Insert a blank disc in to the optical drive.
9. Again, launch Brasero Disc Burning and burn the image by selecting "Burn Image" then select the proper location where the image is saved at.
10. Click "Burn" to start making copy.
11. After the process is completed, execute the command "md5sum /dev/cdrom" under the Terminal and observe the message reported. (i.e. - A message similar to "Input/Output error" will be reported instead of a md5 checksum.)

Expected Result: A proper md5 checksum message should be reported as same as the .iso file created.

System Architecture: i686
Kernel version: 2.6.27-14-generic

Config 1:
CPU: Intel Cel 450
Chipset: Intel G41 + ICH7
HDD: Western Digital 80GB
ODD: H-L Data Storage GT10N F/W: A104
Memory: Hynix DDR2 800 1GB
Audio Chipset: Conexant CX20582-10Z
LVDS: LG Philips 17" / LG Philips 19"
Card Reader: VIA VT6325
LAN: Realtek R8111DL

Jason Lee (jason-lee-wistron) wrote :

The customer decided to launch Ubuntu 9.04 as the shipping OS.
This issue is not seen in Ubuntu 9.04.

Jason Lee (jason-lee-wistron) wrote :

The customer decided to launch Ubuntu 9.04 as the shipping OS.

Jason Lee (jason-lee-wistron) wrote :

Please ignore the first comment due to this issue is still happening in Ubuntu 9.04.
Please refer to #372067.

Monkey (monkey-libre) wrote :

 Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. This particular bug has already been reported and is a duplicate of bug 354995, so it is being marked as such. Please look at the other bug report to see if there is any missing information that you can provide, or to see if there is a workaround for the bug. Additionally, any further discussion regarding the bug should occur in the other report. Feel free to continue to report any other bugs you may find.

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