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SubjectRock Ridge FS (was Re: support of Univ'l Disc Format?)
On Sat, 7 Jun 1997, Lawrence Chim wrote:

> Does Linux support the new Universal Disc Format (UDF)?
>
> ISO9660 have several limitations:
> File names must be only in capital letters , A - Z.
> File names are limited to the DOS 8 + 3 format.
> No more than 8 directory levels.
> Only legal character besides letters is the under score (_).
>
> UDF does not have the name and directory restrictions that ISO9660
> imposed and it supports packet writing.

What you describe sounds like the Rock Ridge extension(s?) to ISO9660, and
I'm pretty sure it's supported. I didn't think it was _that_ new,
though... new being relative, of course. :-)


David


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