mkisofs -graft-points -rational-rock -joliet -joliet-long -full-iso9660-filenames -iso-level 2 -o /tmp/image.iso STORE1/=/almacen/strauss
In /almacen/strauss there are filenames containing not only spaces but accented characters as well. I burned the image to DVD, with the result that all spaces and accents were conserved. This seems to contradict use of the option -full-iso9660-filenames as well as -iso-level 2, and has an undesirable side effect, as will be seen.
I now copy the DVD to the hard disk, and if the current directory is in an NTFS partition, I get
$ cp -r /mnt/cd0/STORE1 .
cp: cannot create regular file 'some_file_name': Invalid or incomplete multibyte or wide character.
for those filenames that contain an accent.
Any way to avoid this cp error?