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Re: Zero Length Files on the CD...

	Hopefully it'll turn to symlinks... he needed to burn with ISO9660 with
Rockridge extensions.  Didn't he say he burned with EZCD Pro?  Mine for Win 95 /
NT had no such option.  They have joliet.. maybe even romeo so he can try to
patch his kernel for fat32 support / joliet (combo patch), and mount the cd-rom.
Semi-primitive, but at least he'll get a lot of the default packages on a fast

Carroll Kong

On 4 Mar 1998, Carey Evans wrote:

> "P. D. Tisdale" <ptisdale@cgocable.net> writes:
> >I'm not sure if this problem is normal for
> > these CDs, but there are quite a few ZERO LENGTH FILES on the CD.  Is
> > this normal or did I do something wrong??  I used EZCD Pro for Windows
> > 3.1, and a 650Mb CD.  (My CD Burner is a Creative Labs 4210).
> Are these files like "FROZEN" amd "STABLE"?
> These will turn into symlinks (like Win95 shortcuts) when you look at
> them in Linux.
> 	 Carey Evans  http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/c.evans/

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