excellent... will check that out.
is there any good GUI for using cdrdao that you know of, for the cli
On Mon, 12 Jun 2000, Christian J van den Bosch wrote:
> cdrdao read-cd --device 0,0,0 --datafile IMAGEFILE TOCFILE
> cdrdao write --device 0,0,0 TOCFILE
>> IMAGEFILE defaults to data.bin, which gets sort of unwieldy if you want
> to put more than one image in a directory. TOCFILE is the file you
> specify to contain the cueing info for said image file.
>> Paul Jakma wrote:
>> > if you can't do it on the fly, is there any way to take an image of
> > an audio cd? (dd doesn't work on audio.... :( )
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