mkisofs file size restrictions
paul at city-fan.org
Fri Mar 4 17:32:19 UTC 2005
Maxim Eremeev wrote:
> However, I did not fully understand how I should burn it directly (I
> tried to use both mkisofs-cdrecord and kb3 - unsuccessfully). Do you
> mean that I can do it just through cdrecord? Still my problem is more
> complicated, as my tarball is much larger than 4GB and splitted it in
> 3 pieces. Well, I know that a clear workaround would be to split it
> in, say, 6 pieces and make every ISO out of every two of them, but
> that would be too easy would not it?
The suggestion was to write your data directly to the media, just like
you would do with a tape, rather than formatting it as an ISO
filesystem. So you don't make an ISO, and hence don't need mkisofs.
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