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Old 04-06-2005, 10:17 AM   #1
moore757
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How do i create HFS, HFS+ and RockRidge CD's?


Hello fellow users,

I work as a software test engineer and I am truly loving how linux has made my job sooo much easier already. I am currently testing some forensic tools in regards to different types of CD's. One of the tests requires that I create some CD in the rockridge, HFS, and HFS+ conventions. My only problem is...do I do this using mkisofs against some directory, or is it based on options I pass to # cdrecord?

If anybody has any cursory feedback on this it would be greatly appreciated, I am hoping that I am simply able to make 3 separate ISO images from a sample data directory by simply passing different variables (which at the moment I find confusing) to # mkisofs (and if anybody wants to suggest the Do's and Don't of these variables, even better ) Thanks so much
 
Old 04-06-2005, 02:15 PM   #2
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I think it is based on the options you pass to the mkisofs command rather than the directory or cdrecord. If I am understanding you correctly, you will want to create isos (which you will later burn with cdrecord) using the -R and -hfs options passed to mkisofs.
 
Old 06-19-2005, 10:13 PM   #3
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HFS cds

on hfs and hfs+ file systems, as well as the data on the filesystem there are type and creator
fields. These tell what kind of file it is and what application created it.

to make a proper hfs cd you need to use -hfs as well as -map MAP_FILE and -magic MAGIC_FILE

-map will match file types and creators to the file's extension and -magic will do a simular sort
of thing but will use the "magic" characters at the start of a file.

i think you can even use -probe if the source files are already on a hfs file system.

so to make a hfs/rockridge/joliet cd you can use

mkisofs -o output.iso -V "volume lable" -r -J -hfs -map MAP_FILE -magic MAGIC_FILE ./

the process is simular if you only want to make iso9660 cds with apple extensions simular
to joliet or rockridge.

Hope that's helpful
 
  


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