question(s) on Brassero (maybe bug)
Paul Allen Newell
pnewell at cs.cmu.edu
Fri Nov 4 05:52:11 UTC 2011
I am trying out burning DVDs on F14 and I am seeing some weirdness that
I would like to understand before I call it a bug.
I burn a directory on F14. The directory structure is deep (as in
greater than the pop-up notice of 7) and the names should be within 60
characters. Brassero asks me about renaming to be Windows compatible
owing to 64 characters and I disable since no files should hit that
limit (and testing later indicates there are no 64+ file names).
Brassero gets all wound up over the depth of the directory tree and I
tell it just add them.
The burned disk is exactly what I would expect on Linux/F14
On Windows, it is a useless work of whatever. It can't read anything and
everything is all CAPS. I know that Windows is an all CAPS under the
hood from long ago ... but I've been able to work case-sensitive on my
XP for awhile.
Since I have to assume that I am not understanding things, can anyone
tell me how to use Brassero to get a exact copy? The Brassero->help just
tells me about the pop-ups I already see.
I can burn a DVD on Windows XP with Nero that is readable on Windows and
Linux, hard to believe that native Fedora can't do the same (???)
I do not want to burn an iso ... I want a DVD burn which I can access as
a normal Linux/Window directory.
Thanks in advance,
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