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SubjectRe: (Official) High-Sierra documentation?
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Followup to: <199611121023.KAA05883@isengard.merrill>
By author: ". Tethys " SYSTEM ADMIN " X" <tethys@lonnds.ml.com>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> >Does anybody know where I can find the (maybe official) documentation
> >of the High-Sierra filesystem for cdroms? It's NOT ISO9660.
>
> Are you sure about this? My understanding was that the High Sierra
> filesystem was the standard filesystem for CD-ROMS when they first
> came out. ISO then adopted it as their standard since it was the
> most widespread FS in use on CD-ROMS. In its formats section, the
> CD-R FAQ (http://www.cd-info.com/CDIC/Technology/CD-R/FAQ.html) says:
>
> ISO 9660
> file layout standard (formerly called High Sierra)
>

My understanding is there is a minor difference in the layout of the
superblock; if you look in the Linux kernel I think it has a HS and an
ISO 9660 superblock.

-hpa
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