I just upgraded to mkisofs 2.0 because I wanted to see if it would make my mysterious file
corruption problem go away (using mkisofs 1.14 sometimes random files would have one byte
differences in the resulting iso image compared to original files).
Only to find that mkisofs 2.0 doesn't have the -jext option. This option is vital for windows
usability of burned cds (if an mpg has no extension because the name was too long there's no easy
way to view it from explorer, etc, etc..).
I tried applying the jext patch for mkisofs 1.14 (http://www.veryComputer.com/) but many
hunks failed. I think I fixed them all and I now have a seemly working mkisofs 2.0 with -jext, but
I don't know for sure if I didn't*something up yet..
Anyone else using -jext with mkisofs 2.0? Anyone else come across the corrupt files in the mkisofs
image file problem?