cdrdao copy --source-device 0,0,0 --device 0,0,1 [--on-the-fly*]
where 0,0,0 and 0,0,1 are the scsi ID's of the two cd drives (use SCSI
emulation for IDE drives, this means enabling ATAPI SCSI emulation and
disabling IDE CD support in the kernel, (if the IDE CD driver is
present, the SCSI emulation never gets a chance to control the CD
* --on-the-fly is _not_ recommended, especially when either or both of
the drives is IDE
Paul Jakma wrote:
> uhmm.. any suggestions on using cdrdao to directly burn from an input
> audio cd?
>> tried this ages but couldn't get cdda2wav to play nice.
>> (ide cdrom, scsi cdr)
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