Re: Daten-CDs mit Userrechten brennen?
Dirk Salva <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> gibt es eigentlich ein CD-Format, mit welchem ich auch die User- und
> Gruppenrechten von Dateien auf CD brennen kann?
Aber klar: Rock Ridge.
,----[ man mkisofs ]
| Generate SUSP and RR records using the Rock Ridge protocol to
| further describe the files on the iso9660 filesystem.
| This is like the -R option, but file ownership and modes are set
| to more useful values. The uid and gid are set to zero, because
| they are usually only useful on the author's system, and not
| useful to the client. All the file read bits are set true, so that
| files and directories are globally readable on the client. If any
| execute bit is set for a file, set all of the execute bits, so
| that executables are globally executable on the client. If any
| search bit is set for a directory, set all of the search bits, so
| that directories are globally searchable on the client. All write
| bits are cleared, because the CD-Rom will be mounted read-only in
| any case. If any of the special mode bits are set, clear them,
| because file locks are not useful on a read-only file system, and
| set-id bits are not desirable for uid 0 or gid 0. When used on
| Win32, the execute bit is set on all files. This is a result of
| the lack of file permissions on Win32 and the Cygwin POSIX
| emulation layer. See also -uid -gid, -dir-mode, -file-mode and
Du willst also groß-R