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 RockRidge Unix CD-ROM Format

Can anyone tell me where to get the RockRidge Unix CD-ROM Format  
documentation? It should follow the ISO9660 standard.

Many thanks

Gary

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 Sat, 15 Oct 1994 02:39:20 GMT   
 RockRidge Unix CD-ROM Format
In <1992Apr27.183920.19...@casbah.acns.nwu.edu> ga...@lenny.acns.nwu.edu (Gary I. Chang) writes:
| Can anyone tell me where to get the RockRidge Unix CD-ROM Format  
| documentation? It should follow the ISO9660 standard.

It is an extension to ISO 9660, designed to provide enough
extra info in new fields to provide missing attribute info,
longer filenames, and deeper directory trees.  All the files
will be accessible to any systems that understand 9660, but
the extra attributes, etc. won't be available to those systems
not understanding RockRidge.

Unfortunately, I don't have the press releases online, so I
can't give you the address now.  If you send me email,
I can send you the contact address when I get back to my office.
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 Thu, 20 Oct 1994 11:06:08 GMT   
 
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