Dale Dunlea wrote:
> Hi All,
>> 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.
Yep, it's confusing. There is no real reason that the tracks
can't be presented as files and in fact this has been done here:
> 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.
The handiest way is to use the 5th and 6th commands
in the CDs section of this doc:
Pádraig Brady - http://www.pixelbeat.org
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