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On Mon, 2011-02-21 at 10:18 -0500, drew wrote:
On Mon, 2011-02-21 at 09:52 -0500, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions wrote:

I have a problem with burning the DVD.
When I burn it on my Ubuntu desktop, then read in with Windows Vista, 
all of the filenames shown on the the disc are in uppercase letters.  
Then inside the pages, I keep getting "file not found" type of errors, 
even though the files are on the DVD.  I an coping the files - via my 
network - to the Vista laptop an will see what happens when I burn it 
there, or even see if the filenames have changed to uppercase.

I do not remember seeing this before.

Howdy Tim

HUH - not sure - but you did prompt me (thank you) to think I should run
a sanity check also, just now used mkisofs to create an iso image from
my work files - that is, as I write this, being burned onto a DVD so..

Actually, which application did you use to create the iso image? 

Alright - using Ubuntu and mkisofs with the following parameters:

mkisofs -o LibreOffice-NA-CommDVD-3.3.1-1.iso -l -relaxed-filenames
-allow-lowercase -no-iso-translate -publisher LibreOffice-NA-Marketing
-V LibreOffic-NA-Community-DVD NA-Community-DVD/*

Under linux and Vista now the image, mounted on a DVD drive in a VM, is
working as expected.

I have an XP box that I need to actually burn a physical DVD to test on

so - I can feel sane again for the moment..



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