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taken from: http://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2007/02/drm_in_windows.html
(that article also links to a few other sources on the subject)
This has absolutely nothing to do with the issue described in the article. The answer is: Vista uses latest UDF version (2.60) by default, which older OSes can't read without additional drivers. It's possible to select previous UDF version (for example 1.50 which is supported by default in Windows 2000) under the Live File System configuration dialog. Dunno why article author didn't do this, it works fine for me. Edited 2007-04-05 21:37
Oh thanks for the explanation.
Yeah... I can see Linux is a little behind other OSes (even some of the BSDs and Zeta) when it comes to UDF specification support.
2.50 is the newest that is readable under Linux while 2.0 is the latest thast writable (1 GB Limit though). I'm going to ask the kernel devs when 2.60 read and write support might be available and when the 1 GB barrior might be removed.