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 Problem about UNIX CD
Hello, there!

I have a problem about the CD_ROM format. My company use HP_UX 10.10,
and CD-GEN for windows version 4.2(PC) software to make CD. I ftp unix
files to pc first and then made the CD. If I browsed the CD on PC, the
filenames are in correct format and works fine. If I put the CD to the
HP_UX, every single file name and directory name became upcase and the
file extension name add 2 character ";!" at end. If I changed the file
extention name, (For instance: TEST.GIF;! to TEST.GIF) and it works fine
also. What is this problem? Is the format on making CD problem? or the
setting on the HP_UX problem. If anyone knows this, please give me some
help. I need the capability to run the program from CD_ROM on UNIX
directely, any software you can recommend?

Any help will be greatly appreciated!

Chen



 Mon, 20 Aug 2001 03:00:00 GMT   
 Problem about UNIX CD

The UNIX standard for long filenames and case sensitivity on CDs  is
ISO9660 with the Rockridge extension to that standard.  Your Windows
software is probably using that awful Win95 kludge for long file names.
See if you have an option to change the filesystem type somewhere.

--
Andrew Smallshaw
smalls...@cs.man.ac.uk



 Tue, 21 Aug 2001 03:00:00 GMT   
 Problem about UNIX CD
If you pfs_mount the CD on the HP box do you see the same weird filenames?

Later,
Gene....



 Tue, 21 Aug 2001 03:00:00 GMT   
 
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