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Hi to all, i wish to pose a question that could not be answered reading 'man mkisofs', or at least i was not able to do it... I wish to reproduce the same directory structure i have on my home dir on a burned cdr,but it does not work. I have: /home/bob/images .../files .../work and so on; i wish to have /bob/images ... etc,etc on the cdr, but i get: /images /files ... etc etc. the command i use is: mkisofs -v -L -J -r /home/bob | \ cdrecord (some options) - Any ideas,suggestions? Tia, Robert....

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    Default a question about mkisofs directory structure

    Hi to all, i wish to pose a question that could not be answered reading
    'man mkisofs', or at least i was not able to do it...

    I wish to reproduce the same directory structure i have on my home dir
    on a burned cdr,but it does not work.

    I have: /home/bob/images
    .../files
    .../work
    and so on; i wish to have /bob/images ... etc,etc on the cdr, but i get:
    /images
    /files
    ... etc etc.

    the command i use is:

    mkisofs -v -L -J -r /home/bob | \
    cdrecord (some options) -

    Any ideas,suggestions?

    Tia, Robert.

    RRB Guest

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    RRB wrote: 

    Really no suggestions?

    RRB Guest

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    On Wed, 07 Jan 2004 23:55:21 +0100, RRB wrote:
     [/ref]

    There is a mkisofs example here that will work for you:

    http://www.laclinux.com/en/LAC_HOWTO#cddvdburn-cdrw

    I suggest using the "-o burn.iso" part so you can mount the image before
    burning to make sure it looks like you want.

    gars Guest

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    gars wrote:
    .... [/ref][/ref]
    .... 

    They use very similar options as i use:, only -R instead of my -r which
    is stated as 'more useful' in man mkisofs. (and volume id -V that
    doesn't matter)
     

    This may be useful to check before burn.

    Anyway thanks, every information is somewhat useful. (repetita juvant)

    rrb sohe

    RRB Guest

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