A few months ago I formatted half an ssd (for use by all of my operating systems as file storage, I use os x, Debian, and Microsoft's windows)
It was recommended that I use
udf, because it is, in most cases, compatible with the operating systems in question. However, I later began getting input output error messages, even when using a file manager to open the drive.
rizk@rizk-bl-h:/media/rizk/LinuxUDF/torrents$ ls ls: cannot access 'legal_software.dmg': Input/output error
The command then proceeds to list the rest of the files and directories in the folder. I figure, at least I have my files, but when trying to open them it always reads
Failed to open directory "LinuxUDF". when getting information for file "/media/rizk/LinuxUDF/kj1WRC3.jpg": Input/output error. Leaving my files un-browsed. However I can open things such as torrent files through my torrent client, I cannot access anything outside of it, and the files in question seem corrupt and broken (for example videos play half through then stop playing entirely).
edit: per request, here is the results of