[TriLUG] Rock Ridge Extensions
brian at strutmasters.com
Thu Apr 7 09:33:55 EDT 2005
*takes off glasses, checks them for any light passage at all*
Now why the heck didn't I see that?
Tanner Lovelace wrote:
> Take a look at the man page. There are two options. You can either
> do -r and it will do RockRidge with the specified user/group/permissions
> from the files themselves, or you can do -R and it will convert them
> to anonymous so that they can be read by anyone who mounts the CD.
> -R -J works very well together.
> (Note, btw, please double check the specific parameters with the
> man page since I'm operating from memory here.)
> On Apr 7, 2005 9:01 AM, Brian Henning <brian at strutmasters.com> wrote:
>> I'm using the -J mkisofs option to put Joliet extensions in my ISOs,
>>so that I get better long filename/path support. However, when I do
>>that, mkisofs spits out a warning that I am omitting Rock Ridge
>>Extensions, and that it is "highly recommended" that I add them.
>>I've never had any problems reading CDs burned from ISOs where this
>>warning was given. But I also don't like warnings, if I can avoid them.
>>Only problem is, I can't figure out how to add Rock Ridge. RR seems to
>>be the default if -J *isn't* specified, but also appears to be turned
>>off if -J *is* specified. I tried --force-rr, but that didn't work (and
>>more careful reading of the manpage sort of explained why).. But even a
>>pattern search through the manpage for "rock ridge" doesn't seem to tell
>>me how to add Rock Ridge to a Joliet ISO.
>>So. How do you do it? (-:
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