When I try to write windows compatible long file names, they are
being cut on the cd.
If I am recording straight from cd , I can copy the iso cd by using dd and
have no problem,
but I may need to copy things from windows partion as well.. When I do
this, cutting of the long file names happens if I use makeiso.
How can I sort this out?
At 10:26 PM 12/9/00 +0100, Joerg Schilling wrote:
> >From firstname.lastname@example.org Sat Dec 9 22:10:08 2000
> >> I don't like to repeat this, but binary compatibility seems to be a
> >> word on Linux.
> >SCSI generic is nicely back compatible
>To make libscg work on almost all Linux systems, I had to work hard.
> >> Check if the include files in /usr/include match your kernel....
> >This is incorrect advice
>Give a better advice!
>Your mail does not help anybody, why do you send it this way?
> >> If this does not help write to the sg maintainer.
> >As is this.
>So what do you suggest instead?
>Missing binary compatibility on Linux causes me a lot of headaches.
>The only reason for this problem besides problems with the include files
>could be the possible fact that someone from the Linux kernel team learned
>that the correct errno for an illegal IOCTL is _not_ EINVAL but ENOTTY
>... _and_ cdrecord is run on such a Linux kernel that does not understand
>the SG_IO ioctl or the ioctl changed its parameter.
>Would you call this a nicely backwards comapatible driver?
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