linux/Documentation/filesystems/isofs.txt
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L1">3 313/a>Mount > s that are the sam> as for msdos and vfat parti > s. L2">3 323/a>v L3">3 333/a> gid nnn.6.3 3 All files in the parti > will be in group nnn. L4">3 343/a> uid nnn.6.3 3 All files in the parti > will be owned by user id nnn. L5">3 353/a> umask nnn.6.3 The permiss> mask (see umask(1)) for the parti > . L6">3 363/a>v L7">3 373/a>Mount > s that are the sam> as vfat parti > s. These are only usefulv L8">3 383/a>when using discs encoded using Microsoft's Joliet extens> s. L9">3 393/a> iocharset=nam> Charac er set to use for converting from Unicode to L10">3 >a> ASCII. Joliet filenam>s are stored in Unicode format, but L11">3 11 >a> Unix for the most part doesn't know how to deal with Unicode. L12">3 12 >a> There is also an > of doing UTF-8 transla > s with the L13">3 13 >a> utf8 > . L14">3 143/a> utf8 Encode Unicode nam>s in UTF-8 format. Default is no. L15">3 153/a>v L16">3 163/a>Mount > s unique to the isofs filesystem. L17">3 173/a> block=512 Set the block size for the disk to 512 bytes L18">3 183/a> block=1024 Set the block size for the disk to 1024 bytes L19">3 193/a> block=2048 Set the block size for the disk to 2048 bytes L20">3 2 >a> check=relaxed Matches filenam>s with different cases L21">3 21 >a> check=strict Matches only filenam>s with the exac sam> case L22">3 22 >a> cruft Try to handle badly formatted CDs. L23">3 23 >a> map=off Do not map non-Rock Ridge filenam>s to lower case L24">3 24 >a> map=normal Map non-Rock Ridge filenam>s to lower case L25">3 25 >a> map=acorn.6.3 As map=normal but also apply Acorn.extens> s if present L26">3 26 >a> mode=xxx Sets the permiss> s on files to xxx unless Rock Ridge L27">3 27 >a> extens> s set the permiss> s otherwise L28">3 283/a> dmode=xxx Sets the permiss> s on directories to xxx unless Rock Ridge L29">3 29 >a> extens> s set the permiss> s otherwise L30">3 3 >a> overriderockperm Set permiss> s on files and directories according to L31">3 31 >a> 'mode' and 'dmode' even though Rock Ridge extens> s are L32">3 32 >a> present. L33">3 33 >a> nojoliet Ignore Joliet extens> s if they are present. L34">3 34 >a> norock Ignore Rock Ridge extens> s if they are present. L35">3 35 >a> hide Completely strip hidden files from the file system. L36">3 36 >a> showassoc Show files marked with the 'associated' bit L37">3 37 >a> unhide Deprecated; showing hidden files is now default; L38">3 38 >a> If given, it is a synonym for 'showassoc' which will L39">3 39 >a> recreate previous unhide behavior L40">3 4 >a> sess> =x Select number of sess> on multisess> CD L41">3 41 >a> sbsector=xxx Sess> begins from sector xxx L42">3 423/a>v L43">3 43 >a>Recommended documents about ISO 9660 standard are located at:v L44">3 44 >a>http://www.y-adagio.com/3/a>v L45">3 45 >a>ftp://ftp.ecma.ch/ecma-st/Ecma-119.pdfv L46">3 46 >a>Quoting from the PDF "This 2nd Edi > of Standard ECMA-119 is technically v L47">3 47 >a>identical with ISO 9660.", so it is a valid and gra >s substitute of the L48">3 48 >a>official ISO specifica > . L49">3 49 >a>
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