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File System Problems... HELP!

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i have windows and linux distributions on my dvd but im having trouble making an iso.

im using cdimage.exe

start cdimage.exe -lAIODVD -t08/23/2001,09:00:00 -b\MAIN\BOOT\loader.bin -h -n -o -m \MAIN C:\AIO-DVD.iso

can someone tell me what"-h" "-n" "-o" "-m" means...

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better yet im trying to make a dvd with these two file systems.

ISO 9660:1999 v2 (max 207)

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Rock Ridge

anyone kind enough to compile the necessary switches for these two file system... plz.

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can someone tell me what"-h" "-n" "-o" "-m" means...

cdimage -?

-h include hidden files and directories

-n allow long filenames (longer than DOS 8.3 names)

-o optimize storage by encoding duplicate files only once

-m ignore maximum image size of 681,984,000 bytes

better yet im trying to make a dvd with these two file systems.

ISO 9660:1999 v2 (max 207)

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Rock Ridge

mkisofs -iso-lelvel 4 -r

Try

mkisofs -iso-lelvel 4 -r -D -b BOOT/loader.bin -hide loader.bin -hide boot.catalog -no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -force-uppercase -duplicates-once -o C:\AIO-DVD.iso \MAIN

http://smithii.com/files/cdrtools-2.01-bootcd.ru-w32.zip

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hey thanks cdob for the suggestions. but i got it figured out with cdimage and here's the code i used. it can boot both linux and windows. i'll post my work in the resources section.

start cdimage.exe -l"BOOT_AIO" -t03/22/2008,13:00:00 -h -j1 -b"F:\MAIN\boot\loader.bin" -o -m "F:\MAIN" "C:\BOOT_AIO.iso"
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