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Subject:Re: PC => MAC From:"Renee L. LaPlume" <rlaplume -at- RORKE -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 4 Dec 1998 09:49:17 -0600
At 02:06 AM 12/4/98 -0800, you wrote:
>On Fri, 4 Dec 1998 03:44:42 -0600, Geoffrey A Wood wrote:
>>(snip... having problems burning a CD on a PC that can be used on a Mac...)
>Make sure you set the software to write a basic ISO-9660 image. It seems
>to me that Adaptec's software defaults to using Microsoft's Joliet format
>(to support long filenames). ISO-9660 is the defined
>lowest-common-denominator standard that should be readable by anything
>with a CD-ROM.
You also could look into using ISO-9660 with the Rock Ridge extensions,
an addition that allows for use of long file names. One product I am
am looking at for this is HyCD Publisher (see www.hycd.com for more info).
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Renee L. LaPlume
Rorke Data, Inc. - Software Services Division
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