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    Need to read a Mac CD ROM

    I got a Mac CDROM with PostScript and EPS files I need to view/copy, etc. How can I enable this in RH7.1?

    Thanks,
    Ed.

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    It may mount already as a iso9660 cd (standard cd). If not, try using a kernel with support for the mac file system...
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    Forgot to say that that may involve recompiling your kernel....
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    AFAIK, don't Macs use the standard ISO9660 CD-ROM filesystem?

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    I dunno. Here's my knowledge of Macs - The G4 at work uses regular pc100 ram, and (i just found this out) a regular IDE harddrive. The mouse is stoopid, with one button, and feels like a roller skate wheel. Oh, and I can run Q3 on it - but I get more FPS on my Linux box.
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    Originally posted by Craig McPherson:
    <STRONG>AFAIK, don't Macs use the standard ISO9660 CD-ROM filesystem?</STRONG>
    For some very strange reason the default settings of most burning programs on a mac are to use the hfs file system although they are, of course, capable of using iso9660.

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