I reckon I'm missing something very simple here. I'm trying to make
multiple copies of an audio CD, so I thought, fine, make an ISO fro mthe
audio CD and run cdrecord many, many, many times. Thing is, I've only
ever done data with mkisofs before. I figured that seeing as how the CD
is a CD image, then running dd on the thing should extract it for me.
Nope, read error.
I tried cdrdao which gives me .toc and .bin files. I've never come
across them before. Is there any nice easy way to convert them to iso?
To get as many copies out as quickly as possible, I was planning to use
roxio on my windows pc with the .iso while running my linux box in
Am I missing something realy obvious? I suspect I am, but I really can't
puzzle out what.
Thanks in advance,
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