On Windows 7 or Mac OS Lion I can burn a directory structure to a blu-ray disc without problems, it's browsable just like any directory structure.
But how do I achieve this on Ubuntu?
growisofs -Z /dev/dvd -R -J /my/files
This command will output many lines saying it has compressed and changed the filenames of certain files. I'm not sure why, maybe too long filenames? Either way, it's not good. How do I burn a blu-ray disc without touching the directory structure or file names?
I've also tried using
genisoimage -r -J -o file.iso /directory/of/filesas is described in the Ubuntu community documentation. Yet I still get the warnings saying filenames have been compressed.