Kauai OTP8 CD
|CD: Kauai OTP8 CD|
The disc was retrieved by Lord_Pall, wife, and son Jack on March 5th. Unfortunately, the disc turned out to be heavily scratched and was initially assumed to be unreadable.
17:26 < Lord_Pall> this disc isnt looking good btw 17:26 < Lord_Pall> it was under a big rock 17:26 < blyind> drop 8? 17:26 < Lord_Pall> yes 17:26 < Oversight> Outch D: 17:26 < Lord_Pall> nothing major in terms of scratches, just craptons of small ones 17:26 < Oversight> should be fine 17:26 < Lord_Pall> it would probabl be a good candidate for the peanut butter or toothpaste trick 17:26 < Lord_Pall> it wont read ... 17:31 < Lord_Pall> i think this disc is not readable 17:31 < Lord_Pall> like ever 17:31 < Lord_Pall> it has damage on the other side 17:31 < Lord_Pall> like the foil is gone 17:31 < Oversight> How sure are you? 17:31 < Smugtrio> oh 17:31 < blyind> that bad huh? 17:31 < Lord_Pall> that's not repairable 17:31 < Lord_Pall> yeah 17:31 < blyind> damn 17:31 < Smugtrio> if that's the case 17:31 < Smugtrio> it's out 17:31 < Oversight> Yeah, pics man,,, 17:31 < Lord_Pall> it looks almost delaminated 17:31 < Lord_Pall> i'll get photos
Lord Pall had trouble creating a full image of the disc due it's bad physical condition; he was however able to copy (parts of) the squashfs filesystem file (which spans 95% of the disc and contains the OTP block). A tentative OTP block was subsequently extracted from the squashfs filesystem.
This appears to be disc 8 out of 9 Black OTP CDs.
OTP block SHA-256: 34b7a1d6ba98120acfa2f3ccd998fdf7ccee29a380e2c72650028c446b9dd73e
Note: the block above was extracted from a partial dump of filesystem.squashfs.