Thank you for your reply. I appreciate it. But I am still having the same problem.
I tried the -part parameter with the mkisofs command ..
mkisofs -o MyFile.iso -JR -apple -part home/mydir
But I still see 0 files when I load my CD into the Mac.
I'm really confused because I thought Linux was based on Unix and I thought Mac OS X was based on Unix, and when I burn a CD from Windows using an HP CD writer, Yes...I can view the files with my Mac but not when I burn from Linux??!
This is not making sense. I'd appreciate any additional help. How do I save files to a CD on Red Hat so I can view them on a Mac? Without using MS Windows as a "translator" ?