Subject: Re: another problem burning CDs
To: Mike Parson <email@example.com>
From: Laine Stump <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/27/2000 13:40:17
At 09:39 AM 3/27/00 -0800, Mike Parson wrote:
>You're feeding two different fs types, -R (rockridge) and -J (MS-Joliet).
>Should work OK, if you pick one or the other.
Yep - picking rockridge only made it work. Thanks.
I *thought* I had understood from the stuff I read that a single CD could
support multiple directory types. Is that untrue? Or is there a deficiency
in mkhybrid? (Or is it maybe just that rockridge and joliet in particular
conflict with each other in their bastardization of the 9660 format? Hmm -
or is it because Joliet doesn't support symlinks, and for some reason
mount_cd9660 is preferring Joliet over RockRidge? Enquiring minds want to
>On Mon, 27 Mar 2000, Laine Stump wrote:
>> Although I can now burn CDs just fine using a combination of mkhybrid
>> and cdrecord, I've found that all symlinks just show up a 0 length
>> files. Additionally, all files end up being owned by root/wheel. Here's
>> the mkhybrid command I use:
>> mkhybrid -b boot-big.fs -c boot.catalog -J -R -T -o NetBSD.iso /
>> The -R is supposed to turn on RockRidge, which should give me my
>> symlinks, but it doesn't seem to do that. Filenames with leading .'s and
>> long filenames (up to a point) seem to be created just fine.
>> Any idea what I am doing wrong?