Play! core unable to start games in LAKKA - file not found

Well, I’ve been at this for several hours. I believe I have isolated the cause of the problem, but the fix eludes me, so far.

PS2VM: Error mounting cdrom0 device: Invalid file handle.
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::runtime_error'
what():  No 'SYSTEM.CNF' file found on the cdrom0 device.
Aborted (core dumped)

Now, I checked the contents of the PS2 DVD, and the file in question is definitely present, but the case is different. The core is looking for ‘SYSTEM.CNF’, however, the file is actually named ‘system.cnf’.

Is there a way to force all file names to be uppercase via the mount command? I’m reasonably savvy with Linux, but some of the obscure stuff I don’t know about.

I’m thinking I need to file a bug report. I’m waiting to see to see if there is a work-around that allows my games to play, so that I can include the “fix”. If that’s not feasible, then I’ll need to file the report without.

FWIW, I own about 8 games. This same problem pops up on all of them.

I am running LAKKA on a PC Laptop with Intel HD Graphics. Please let me know if you need more specific info about my setup to help troubleshoot.

Thanks, –Aaron