Scarletdown wrote:~$ growisofs -Z /dev/hdc=myimage.iso -speed=16
> On Fri, 2006-09-22 at 09:07 -0400, Mark Grieveson wrote:
>>I don't have kde installed on my computer, and I use Etch, and I was
>>able to install k9copy (220.127.116.11-0.1), and run it (in either ion3,
>>fluxbox, or gnome). So, k9copy does not require all of kde to run.
>>Whatever libraries, etc, that it does require will be installed via apt
>>(or synaptic, or aptitude). Further, it is in the Etch multimedia (aka
>>marillat) repositories. I feel you should reconsider and install it if
>>you'd like to copy dvds. Just my two cents.
> Personally, I think the most efficient method is vobcopy.
> vobcopy -m will mirror the entire DVD, and in the proper structure, to
> your hard drive. Then you can simply use K3B to burn it to a DVD-R or
> an iso file.
Doesn't dd serve the same purpose?
Use dd to copy the data:
$> dd if=/dev/dvd of=dvddata.iso
and then burn the iso to a blank disk using growisofs.