Re: CD mount
...or install the Joliet patch available for the kernel. This will allow
Linux to see the long filenames on a Joliet based CD.
(personally I agree that making the image on the Debian box with mkisofs
is the way to go.)
Thomas Baetzler wrote:
> Franck LE GALL - STAGIAIRE A FT.BD/CNET/DTD/PIH wrote:
> :Recently, I wrote a CD under Win 95 using easy CD pro.
> :But when I try to read it under Linux, it does the same thing
> :as under dos: all the long filenames are translated to 8.3
> The Win95 formatters usually write the CDROM as "Joliet" file
> system - i.e. they use a proprietary format that's currently not
> supported in production releases of Linux. That's why you get
> long filenames in Win95, but nowhere else. What you want to do
> is format your image using the Rockridge Extensions. Alas, I
> don't think that there's a CDROM formatter/writer software for
> Windows that'll do that for you. What you should do is create
> the CDROM image using mkisofs on Linux, and then write that
> image using your Windows writer software.
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