I would like to burn a CD using a Mac (10.5) which I can then access from a Solaris 10 x86 machine.
This partially works:
- Insert blank CD and let the Finder open it so it creates a "Recordable CD" window for it.
- Drag the files to be burned into the "Recordable CD" window
- Burn (there are no options except for speed)
Then to mount in Solaris:
mount -f hsfs -o ro /dev/dsk/foo /mnt/bar
The problem here is that Solaris will see all the filenames as lower case and it will only allow each file name to contain one period (these are HSFS limitations). Apple's help says they support the Rock Ridge and Joliet extensions which allow longer file names.
I have also tried using Toast with both the "Mac & PC" and "ISO 9660" options but I get the same results when mounting in Solaris.
Is there some combination of burning tools/options and mount options that will make this work?