New problem...

In the process of changing over to 6.5 SP2-based Linux materials.

I apply the same base images I've been using all along, and then my script
goes to make some modifications to files laid down by the image, including
sysprep.inf. Code that has worked all along suddenly doesn't, because the
FAT32 filesystem has suddenly become case-sensitive.

Research indicates that possibly this is due to the use of utf8?

My question is, why is this being used if it causes this problem? There
must be a reason and I don't want to spend lots of time trying to figure out
how not to use utf8, only to run into whatever issue made you use it in the
first place.

Unless, of course, something else is the reason. But I can't find any
indication of anything else that causes this.