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SubjectRe: cannot stat hidden windows files in a cdrom...
well, for sure i didn't :)
sorry for the spam...
cheers
sandr8

On Mon, 18 Aug 2003 20:55:41 +0000
Dennis Bliefernicht <news.REMOVEME@triphoenix.de> wrote:

> Alessandro Salvatori wrote:
> > if a cdrom burnt under windows contains hidden files you cannot see
> > and/or read them from linux. while you can see hidden files in mounted
> > windows filesystems. This happens with any Linux kernel and i have no
> > idea how windows does burn these hidden files on cdroms and wether or
> > not it would be good for Linux to read them, anyway there is a
> > "Microsoft Joliet CDROM extensions" voice that claims to let you read
> > Joliet cdroms and maybe you would like these file to be read too.
>
> Did you try the unhide mount option?
>
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