#32 How to save files named by big5 characters in udf format st

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2004-07-08
2004-07-08
Francis Huang
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I create a udf image file in harddisk, mounted as loop
device, make the mount point shared on samba server,
every thing seems to be nice for me to write from
windows 98 except those files with big5 filename.

1. create harddisk image:

dd if=/dev/zero of=/temp/data/image.udf bs=32k
count=143432

2. format the image file into udf:
mkudffs --spartabe=2 -media-
type=cdrw /temp/data/image.udf

3. mount -t udf -o
loop /temp/data/file/image.udf /mnt/dvd/udf_dvd

4. make it share in samba service

5. copy files in windows 98 explore to shared mount
point of mounted image file
a. none big5 filenamed files and directory is o.k.
b. big filenamed files and directory is prohibited

There is no options in mkudffs for big5 character set. Is
DBCS supported or planned to be supported ? Hope so!

any help is welcome

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