(copying to the list, as it's a general question)
On Thu, 12 Jul 2001, Lotas T Smartman wrote:
> ayy! perfectly! my original RWs on win2k could never be read by me! now
> there auto mounted! tis great! only ever burned ISO images (namely E-smith
> and Smoothwall) but works great!
burning ISOs works fine here too (but i've a SCSI CDRW), very easy
with dd if=/dev/ide/cd/.... bs=1k | cdrecord ...... -.
however, how do you make /exact/ copies of audio CDs? eg, i have CDs
with secret tracks, CDs of live concerts and ripping them and then
using cdrecord just wouldn't be good enough.
there is cdrdao, however: how can you use it to make a copy of an
audio CD when you have an IDE CDROM? i've tried ide-scsi and it sees
my ATAPI CDROM fine, and it shows up in /proc/scsi/scsi, and the sg.o
module is happy.
however, i can not for the life of me get cdrdao to use the ide-scsi
CDROM as the source device, so that i can do --on-the-fly copies of
anyone else got it working? (using cdrdao to read the audio CD from
the SCSI CDRW to hard disk, then burning it works fine)
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