Why can't I read CDs burned w/Nautilus or K3B on my Windows box?
Hello All - I'm running Ubuntu 6.06 LTS. I want to archive a large collection of photos to CD. I can successfully burn the files to a CD using K3B or the Nautilus utility. However, I cannot read these CDs on a Windows machine. I've tried various settings; raw vs. auto, various combinations of CD file system settings (Rock Ridge / Joliet extensions enabled / UDF) without success. Previous posts rec'd ensuring that Joliet extensions are enabled. However, I've not yet been succesful.
The problem appears to be with the selection of the CD file systems. I can create ISO files on my Ubuntu box and read them with no problem on Windows.
I want to make sure that the resulting CD's are OS-neutral. I'd like to make sure that they're readable on Windows, Linux and Mac.
Any recommendations? Thanks....