Won't this mean that we can keep the windows (I386) and respective subfolders uppercased while the programs and remaining folders on the root of the image are kept intact with their original cases? :huh:
This is from the "filecase.ini" in Sherpya's "BuildScripts-20050322".
From Sherpya's Readme.txt in Build Scripts:
_runinfcache if yes the script will call InfCacheBuild, it will remove CopyFiles, RenFiles and DelFiles sections from inf files,
then it will build INFCACHE.1 to speedup pnp detection, also if filecase.ini is included it uppercases files from
this file and it will add -U option to mkisofs so you will not get all files on Image in uppercase but only needed.
(I think the "-U" allows mixed case.)
I have tried Infcachebuild in VistaPE without "filecase.ini". I am not sure if Uppercasing is necessary with Vista; or, if necessary, which files?
Infcache.1 seems to update by itself when VistaPE is booted into RAM. Nevertheless, I have Autorun (at boot) Infcachebuild with -f (force update) switch and the "Copy", "Delete" and "Rename" statements in the "inf" files are amended (crippled). I'm not sure if this is necessary either when VistaPE is re-writeable in RAM?
Nightman added an Autorun statement for paraglider's HWPNP without parameters in the "Drivers (Storage + LAN)" Script for VistaPE-BETA 009, but I can't see he uses Infcachebuild. I haven't tried that Script because my problem is with sound and my wireless-broadband USB modem. HWPNP doesn't help me even with Infcahebuild. :(
I was thinking of writing for VistaPE, a Script for Sherpa's BuildScripts, or even Cyrano's PostProcessing (includes InfCacheBuild plus lots of other stuff) - not for Autorun at boot, but for just before mkisofs, but I don't think it will help me with VistaPE.
Thanks for the explanation of why some files need uppercase. :thumbup: