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Re: how to preserve original file names when using genisoimage ?



Darlene Wallach wrote:
Partha,



On Mon, Jun 15, 2009 at 3:56 AM, Partha <kira laucas gmail com> wrote:
i am trying to create a iso image of a directory which is full of movies,songs etc with genisoimage. But the problem is after creating the image and burning it with wodim and mounting it, i find the filenames are truncated.

even using "genisoimage -o <isoname> -JR <directory>" does not correct it.

Have you tried using the "-l" option for genisoimage:
       -l     Allow full 31-character filenames.  Normally the  ISO9660  file-
              name  will  be in an 8.3 format which is compatible with MS-DOS,
              even though the ISO9660 standard allows filenames of  up  to  31
              characters.   If  you use this option, the disc may be difficult
              to use on a MS-DOS system, but will work on most other  systems.
              Use with caution.

Hi, what about the "-T" option for the usage of trans.tbl?


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but i am able to solve the problem by using isomaster.But i prefer cli to gui and so i want to know if there is any way to do the same with genisoimage or is there another cli iso creator application that does it without hassle ?


Darlene Wallach



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