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I'm currently trying to generate a CD ISO from a directory with some files in it using the following command: (Yes, I'm using exactly this command to learn how it's done)

genisoimage -o test.iso -V helloworld cdiso/

For testing, the directory cdiso contains two files named 1 and 2. However, when I generate the ISO using above command, and open the ISO using file-roller test.iso, the file list contains - besides the files 1 and 2 - a directory named .

How can I forbid genisoimage to create this directory inside the ISO image? I already tried adding -hide ".", but it didn't work.

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    From normal Linux usage I would expect . to be the hidden file for "current directory". It might not be possible to remove (Am in doubt though: I would also expect a .. if that was the case). – Rinzwind Oct 5 '14 at 17:44
  • I'm not trying to remove . from the creation directory (which is impossible, since it's a representation if the dir itself), but I don't want a folder explicitly named . in my ISO. – s3lph Oct 5 '14 at 17:52

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