From: David Starner (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jun 03 2003 - 14:57:22 EDT
On Tue, Jun 03, 2003 at 01:25:23PM +0200, Philippe Verdy wrote:
> When Unix/Linux reads a CDROM catalog, most often it will first
> display a RockRidge catalog if present (which allows mapping UFS
> semantics and attriutes), ignoring the Joliet catalog, and then
> fallback to the basic ISO9660 catalog.
Not true. Linux reads Joliet catalogs if a RockRidge catalog can't be
found. I'm not sure how it deals with Unicode, but I believe the
utf8 option in /etc/fstab will let you set this.
> If the Windows output is "garbled", it just means that the Joliet
> extension created by your Linux tool is not correctly encoded
Using mkisofs, -input-charset needs to be used to set the filesystem
> So it
> is much better to create CDROMs that use only the portable ISO9660
Why? RockRidge and Joliet work just fine.
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