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Hi darklordsatan, Sorry for not having indicated clear on my previous posting. I have 3 directories to be burnt namely; AAA BBB CCC What I need is after burning their ...
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  1. #11
    Linux Guru
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    Hi darklordsatan,

    Sorry for not having indicated clear on my previous posting.

    I have 3 directories to be burnt namely;
    AAA
    BBB
    CCC

    What I need is after burning their names remain intact separately, i.e. AAA, BBB, and CCC. I'm trying to find out whether there is a flag on "mkisofs" which will retain their original names without typing

    AAA=/path/to/AAA
    BBB=/path/to/BBB
    CCC=/path/to/CCC

    as in "graft-points" flag.

    Just typing;
    Code:
    mkisofs -o cdimage.raw "flag" /path/to/AAA /path/to/BBB /path/to/CCC
    on the command line

    B.R.
    satimis

  2. #12
    Linux Newbie
    Join Date
    Apr 2005
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    South America
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    Oh I see... Not that Im aware of, unfortunately.
    As I said before, a script would be your best friend. All you'd do is to check out for the last parameters, and see if they are folders, in which case you'd get their names and make the right call to mkisofs.

    User:
    Code:
    burn -o cdimage.raw /path/to/AAA
    Script:
    Code:
    mkisofs -o cdimage.raw -graft-points AAA=/path/to/AAA
    Or something like that.

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