In the last episode (Dec 24), Charles Howse said: > I have some directories that I need to include in a .iso file. I've > followed the online Handbook section 12.5.2, and read man mkisofs. > > The directories each have the file CUSTOM in them. > That causes mkisofs to error: > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]# mkisofs -U -R -o /tmp/cdimg.iso /disk2/curly /disk2/larry > Warning: creating filesystem that does not conform to ISO-9660. > Using CUSTOM000 for /CUSTOM (CUSTOM) > mkisofs: Error: '/disk2/larry/CUSTOM' and '/disk2/curly/CUSTOM' have the same Rock > Ridge name 'CUSTOM'. > mkisofs: Error: '/disk2/larry/CUSTOM' and '/disk2/curly/CUSTOM' have the same Rock > Ridge name 'CUSTOM'. > mkisofs: Unable to sort directory > > What are the proper options for mkisofs so that I can have identical > filenames in different directories?
They are in the same directory. Remember that when you pass mkisofs a list of directories, their contents are combined to create the CD. you can't have duplicates, though. /disk2/larry/CUSTOM and /disk2/curly/CUSTOM both map to "/CUSTOM" on the cdrom. If you really wanted the cdrom to contain two subdirectories named "/larry" and "/curly", try passing just "/disk2" to mkisofs, or if there are other directories in disk2, create a /disk2/cdrom, move larry and curly into there, and run "mkisofs /disk2/cdrom". -- Dan Nelson [EMAIL PROTECTED] _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"