I have been using the command: mkisofs -J -v -l -r -o file.iso directoryto create an iso image for burning to cd. Never had any problem with it until recently when a couple of my friends started complaining that they were unable to read those cds in windows.
Upon investigating, I found that 'mkisofs' has been replaced by 'genisoimage' and 'cdrecord' by 'wodim'. Also,
"isoinfo -f -R -J -i image.iso" produces the following output: === ../ **BAD RRVERSION (0) **BAD RRVERSION (0) / ===No files are listed. If I burn the iso, I am able to mount the cd and read the files without any problem in linux. A google search for the error message took me to:
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/cdrkit/+bug/57796 but it appears to be unrelated to my experience. What should I do to ensure that my cd is readable on both linux and windows? Thanks, Raj Kiran
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