Dag-Erling Smrgrav wrote:
> email@example.com writes:
> > Well, Rock Ridge is a nonstandard extension, and I don't see why it is
> > needed. Also, Windows sees these files as 0 length empties.
> RockRidge has been in widespread use for over ten years. It's not our
> fault Microsoft decided to develop and use their own incompatible
> standard. And I don't see why you would want to access a FreeBSD ISO
> image on Windows anyway...
Well, someone might want to look at the "doc" CD on Windows
(e.g if he's offline and needs to loo at the docs before
- The symlinks aren't required to read the docs. They're
only for convenience.
- All the ISO images -- including the doc one -- are built
with MS-Joliet extensions (in addition to RockRidge), so
long file names etc. work fine on Windows, too.
So there is no problem.
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