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CompressedMan
09.01.2003, 11:28
Hey

And thanks coders!

Compressed Filesystem on a CD rom how? i.e. by saving like 15%
space I can have like 2-3 smaller iso's on one real CD.

Also Decompression is faster than CD access by far I belive?

Might be the way to burn "large" ISO's on older Burners - rather
than overburning technics and hunting for biggest CDR-medias.

Win95 and win98 have some software for HD compression that
could be used? problerly there are even better out there?

I know it is not a Demon tool thing. But a smart guy could make
a "cookbook" for the rest of us on how to do this?

Linux has a compressed ISO thing maybee Demon tools could "learn"
to mount that format - and we could form a project on how to make
this disks?

Please if you know about this - give your shot for a road map for this....

Any pointers for compressed file systems or other usefull info
would be nice.
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TIA

Andareed
09.01.2003, 19:37
NO DOUBLE POSTING PLEASE!
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