> Hi there.
> I've just been answered a curious question that I can't answer, so I'm
> asking it here...together with a supplemental of my own...
> 1. Can CD's have partition tables?
> 2. If so, can Win9x or Linux use them?
Read/Writable CDs can have any file-system you want to build on
them. This does not mean that an OS will allow it. I have a patched
kernel that calls what it thinks is a CDROM a disk. This allows me
to partition it and run mke2fs. Writes are very slow (floppy speed).
However, reads are fine.
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