reading a Rockridge CD

Oliver Koeller Oliver.Koeller@t-online.de
Mon Jan 29 15:04:00 GMT 2001


>Dan Lipofsky <dlipofsky@kurion.com>
>"'cygwin@cygwin.com'" <cygwin@cygwin.com>
>reading a Rockridge CD
>Mon, 29 Jan 2001 15:48:03 -0600

> I have a CD which I make with Rockridge
> extensions on a Linux machine.  Is there
> any utility I can use to read this CD on
> a Windows machine and get the full filenames?
> Thanks,
> Dan

it's off topic, but okay:
if you use 'xcdroast' on the linux machine, there is an option to write 
both types of directories: windows-joliet and unix-rockridge.
so you can read the CD both on Windows and on Unix (both with 
long filenames).
bye,
olli.

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