Generate an ISO9660/Joliet/HFS filesystem for writing to a CD with a utility such as cdrecord. (HFS is the native Macintosh Hierarchical File System.) mkisofs takes a snapshot of a directory tree and generates a binary image that corresponds to an ISO9660 or HFS filesystem when it is written to a block device. Each specified pathspec describes the path of a directory tree to be copied into the ISO9660 filesystem; if multiple paths are specified, the files in all the paths are merged to form the image.
- -A id, -appid id
Specify a text string id that describes the application to be written into the volume header.
- -abstract file
Specify the abstract filename. Overrides an ABST= file entry in .mkisofsrc.
Allow ISO9660 filenames to be lowercase. Violates the ISO9660 standard.
Allow more than one dot in ISO9660 filenames. Violates the ISO9660 standard.
- -b image
Specify the path and filename of the boot image to be used for making a bootable CD based on the El Torito specification.
- -B sun-images
Specify a comma-separated list of boot images needed to make a bootable CD for a Sun Sparc system.
- -biblio file
Specify bibliographic filename. Overrides a BIBLIO= file entry in .mkisofsrc.
Specify that a 56-byte table with information on the CD layout is to be patched in at offset 8 of the boot file. If specified, the table is patched into the source boot file, so make a copy if the ...