Finally it is always the OS who decides which extension is used at reading time.
2.2.1 Information Header: It contains formatted metadata not really required by Serva but very important if you plan to share your personally created Serva
Therefore when populating Serva's repository by copying content from those Linux ISO files to our Serva PC the Microsoft OS will always read from the included Joliet extension (remember Microsoft OSs do not include native Rock Ridge support) then we must keep in mind a few points. Unfortunately there are some Linux install ISOs today using Rock Ridge longer than 64 char filenames distinctive feature and not using a "relaxed" Joliet extension (i.e. Then serving that kind of distro from Microsoft platforms could lead to problems because of those truncated filename files.
If we serve the distro using Serva's HTTP service there's a workaround by checking the following option located at the HTTP Settings tab: This option (when on) will additionally try looking for a resource with its name truncated if the resource's original name was longer than 64 chars and not found on a first try.
2.5 ISO-9660 and its Rock Ridge and Joliet extensions.
ISO-9660 (1987) defines how files can be represented on CD/DVD-ROMs. file names no longer than 8.3 format) led to the various ISO 9660 extensions used today i.e.