I am trying dos port of Mkisofs.
Cdrtools v2.01 by Joerg Schilling.
My work environment is as follows.
Working with a Grub4dos ramdrive, formatted with (Chenall) fat tool.
I create (different small) test isos.
To start the test of the iso,
I map --mem (fd0)/1.iso (0xff)
mkisofs -b grldr -boot-load-seg 0x7c0 -J -joliet-long -o 2.iso folder
works OK. Grldr is loaded, ls works)
mkisofs -b isolinux -J -joliet-long -o 1.iso folder
not working, reboots the computer.
Though chainloading a syslinux.bin works, gives menu, then chainloads grldr OK.
The -r (-R) option.
If I add -r (or -R) on the above mkisofs commands,
then do the mapping,
bad file or wrong folder type.
Is this a grub4dos problem, not liking the Rockridge of the config
but would work on real hardware?
Is it a dos-mkisofs prob?
Are there options that "enable" stuff?
I also tried the mkisofs version supplied in Doscdroast3. (smaller exe)
Also, what are the limitations of not having rockridge on a cd (access from xp, Linux,
and the loercase)