RE: how to let linux(2.2.18) read the cd-rw-disk formatted in xp
>From: eric [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Tuesday, 3 December 2002 4:35 AM
>Subject: how to let linux(2.2.18) read the cd-rw-disk formated in xp
>Dear linux user:
> I copy pppoe , and other related file in formatted cd-rw disk in window
xp by easy cd creator ,
> so that I just drop and drop the pppoe.deb files to my cd-rw. After I
change os to linux 2.2.18,
Adaptec Easy CD Creator uses UDF packet writing. UDF allows you to use a
CD-RW or even CD-R as a very slow hard drive like device. Recent Linux
kernels (I think) have this as an option if you create a custom kernel.
Writing UDF is experimental and not recommended at this stage.
Setting it up on Debian would mean that you have to apt-get install
see http://sourceforge.net/projects/linux-udf/ for more information on the
With easy-cd creator, you should be able to make the cd readable on all
systems after you have written the data to the cd. Selecting this option
will make a iso9660 on the cd. I haven't used it for years, but I remember
something like that. This will mean you can mount your cd on Linux.