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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: help!
From: "James G." <jamesga@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 03 Apr 2001 23:26:29 -0500
Reply-to: discussion@xxxxxxxxx

If you use Linux, use "xcdroast" to burn cd's. It does a good job.

Bob White wrote:

> Hi!
> I've been told you know about Rockridge format cds.
> I have a Kenwood MP3 Player that plays MP3 disks, and it plays fine.
> I burned a lot of disks that play, but ONE shows the LONG FILENAMES
> in upper-lower case, and has the entire (31 character) filename, while all
> the others do not!  I have tried the Joliet and iso9660 formats, and cannot
> make anything that does the whole filename thing..  they all have the tilde
> or underscore, and only the 8-3 format in the files... EXCEPT this ONE CD I
> somehow burned.
> CDR Diagnostic reports the one that works good to be ONLY IS09660 and
> nothing else, while the others show ISO9660/jolliet extensions.
> I use Easy CD Creator 4.03 and can't figure out what I did to make that one
> cd that works good.  Do you have any ideas?  Is CD Creator capable of doing
> the RockRidge format, and how is that done?
> We don't know each other, but I'm hoping you have enough time to help me.
> Thanks, and  . . . . Aloha from Hawaii!
>                       \\\\|////
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>                     oOOo (_) oOOo
>                  Aloha - From Hawaii!
>                 BobWhite@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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