Re: mkisofs with filenames > 64 characters
that -joliet-long did it. yay :)
my command to write cd's with long filenames in linux
and windows is now (tweak as you like):
mkisofs -JlR -joliet-long -allow-lowercase
hard part was upgrading for 1.15.28 (or so) to 2.0 (it
wants to install to /opt/something, which i dont
like). for anyone else that cares, from what i've read
the -joliet-long option first appeared in 1.5.30 (or
40?). and i believe it supports up to 255 chars.
thanks for all the help. now i can continue working on
my disk optimizer. once i have all the features i want
in it i'll put it on freshmeat.
--- Carlos Sousa <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 29 Apr 2003 13:13:33 -0700 (PDT) Jason
> Unrein wrote:
> > Anyone know if mkisofs can create an iso with
> > filenames > 64 characters.
> When using Joliet, this has been working for me
> (from the manpage):
> Allow Joliet filenames to be up to 103
> Unicode characters. This
> breaks the Joliet specification - but
> appears to work. Use with
> caution. ...
> I use mkisofs to back up data from both Linux and
> Windows users on the
> same CD, so the CD must be easily useable in any of
> those systems. The
> command-line I use goes like this:
> mkisofs -r -D -L -l -graft-points -J -joliet-long
> -jcharset default ...
> I don't claim to completely understand the effect of
> all those options, but
> it hasn't failed me yet...
> Carlos Sousa
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