On Thu, 10 Feb 2000, Kenn Humborg wrote:
> > Hmm . . CD to CD copying involves reading CD, making an ISO fs from it to
> > stdout and piping that to a CD recording process.
>> It shouldn't have to work like this. We have Windows
> CD copying software that can copy directly from
> one drive to another (read/write speed ratio and read
> errors permitting) without copying the full contents
> to either RAM or disk.
Indeed, and nor does it, I'm sure, if you have Young Minds or Gear or
somesuch. However, that's the only way I can think of doing it with the
free tools. I'm guessing as to how much VM would be needed, but I imagine
it not be insubstantial.
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