> Failure: SCSI error on write (32, 16): [5 24 00] Illegal request. Invalid field in cdb
That's a strange message from the DVD burner drive.
It took the first two WRITE commands without protest, but accuses
the third one of being inappropriate.
If anything is wrong with the drive setup before writing, then it
should raise protest already when the WRITE command for block 0 is
The only plausible explanation why the same drive succeeds with
Brasero would be in the chosen Write Type. Drives at the edge of failure
often begin to show symptoms with either Track-At-Once (TAO) or
Xfburn offers a choice in the "Burn image" windows as "Write mode"
underneath the "Speed" setting. You may try wether one of "TAO" or "SAO"
gives results like with Brasero. I'd expect that "Auto" means "SAO"
if an image file shall be burned. So try "TAO" first.
Other explanations are less deterministic: Mixed quality media,
bad luck incidentially with Xfburn but not with Brasero, ...
One would have to collect enough results in order to see a pattern.
If you want to investigate the problem further, then you could let
xorriso log the whole dialog betwen burn program or drive. E.g.
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xorriso -scsi_log on -as cdrecord -v dev=/dev/sr0 -eject linuxmint-17.3-cinnamon-64bit.iso 2>&1 | tee -i /tmp/xorriso.log
This will be very verbous. Thus the redirection of a copy of the messages
to file /tmp/xorriso.log .
After a failed run, it would be interesting to see the content of that file.
The many messages might slow down the burn run. (Not on my 3.5 GHz Xeon.)
Without "-scsi_log on" and "2>&1 ...", this would be a normal image burn
run from command line. Well usable instead of Xfburn or Brasero.
Have a nice day