Subject: Re: NetBSD 1.3.2 CD
To: Herb Peyerl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bob Nestor <email@example.com>
Date: 07/16/1998 20:38:41
Herb Peyerl <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Bill Studenmund <email@example.com> wrote:
> > According to the instructions, I'm supposed to look in
> > NetBSD-1.3.2/$(ARCH)/INSTALL for instructions.
> > BUT the only directory at the top level is NETBSD-1.2! This was with a
> > MacOS machine reading the disk.
>That's strange. I mounted one up on my NetBSD box and there was a 1.3.2
>on there... Maybe some Mac strangeness? All the discs were pressed from
>the same master as far as I know...
I don't think this is a Mac problem. I've done a number of CDs for folks
on the mac68k list and I've had the same problem. The filenames show up
correctly under NetBSD, but on the Mac and on Windows-3.11, Windows-95
and Windows-NT they show up as mangled 8.3 names. I don't have this
problem with CDs created using Joliet or Mac-type filename extensions if
they're created under MacOS or Windows with the Adaptec application. It
only seems to happen when I master the disks using "mkisofs" under
NetBSD, and it's consistent with both the mac68k and i386 ports. As far
as I can tell the real solution will be to get "myhybrid" up and running.
It's an extended version of "mkisofs" that supports both Joliet and
Mac-type extensions in addition to Rock Ridge.