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Re: file names lower-cased on cp from CD

On 2/22/06, Mike McCarty <mike mccarty sbcglobal net> wrote:
> Joel Rees wrote:
> > Okay, I've dug around a bit and (re-)discovered Joliet extensions.
> >
> > For the record,
> >
> > 2006-02-21 (火) の 18:04 +0900 に Joel Rees さんは書きました:
> >
> >>Not sure if this is OT or not, but I'll ask anyway.
> >>
> >>The CD was apparently burned on a MSWxxx box with a shift-jis file
> >>system. (At any rate, there are shift-jis file names in the mix.)
> >>
> >>That the shift-jis file names get mojibake-d is one thing, but latin
> >>file names throughout the CD come out all lower-case, which of course
> >>mucks up javac.
> Have you tried changing the fstab "options" column entry?
> You might try putting "nojoliet" in there for an alternate
> mount point. There's also a "case=<code>", documented for
> HPFS and HFS. It might also work for ISO9660. You might
> try "case=asis". The default (since 2.2.x) has been
> "case=lower".
> Mike


This may be a stupid question, but where did you come up with your
answer? I have manned fstab and mount, but see no mention of case,
joliet, etc in there or on any other resource that google points me to
when searching for fstab.

I am not doubting you- rather I am trying to build my arsenal of
resources. I do not plan on getting a degree in computer science, so I
therefore need to know from where to get answers without constantly
nagging the list with newbie questions.

In any case, I am currently having fstab related trouble, that I am
trying to sort out on my own (with Hebrew filenames on a FAT32
partition). So any fstab-related resource would be welcome.

Dotan Cohen

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