In Linux, creating a CD at the command line is a two-step process. You first create the ISO9660
-formatted image, and you then burn or write the image onto the CD. The ISO9660 is the default file system for CD-ROMs.
mkisofs command to create the ISO image. The
mkisofs command has many options (see the man page for a full listing), but use the following for quick burns:
matthew@seymour~:$ mkisofs -r -v -J -l -o /tmp/our_special_cd.iso /source_directory
The options used in this example are as follows:
-r—Sets the permission of the files to more useful values.
GID (individual ...