Re: We should help this guy...
On Wed, Jul 30, 1997 at 07:06:27PM +0200, Goswin Brederlow wrote:
> 2. Rockridge is an ISOFS extension to overcome the 8+3 barrier of M$Dos.
> The dos-i386 distribution doesn't need it since all files are made to fit
> 8+3. RockRidge is suported by linux and W95/NT. I'm not sure about WIn3.11.
> If they don't wan't to use Rockridge they have to use the short names
> provided through dos-i386.
No, NT/95 do not support Rockridge, only their own Juliet filesystem.
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