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Re: using cdrecord as backend.

> What kind of CDs do you like to copy?

It will be mostly music cd's but also data-cd. I don't think there will be so much mixed audio/data.

On 1/31/06, Jörgen Lindroos <lindroosj@gmail.com> wrote:
Many replays, I appreciate that!

What I would like to know a little bit more about is how I can show the users some information about the progress. Does anyone have any idea of this?

/J Lindroos

On 1/30/06, Joerg Schilling < schilling@fokus.fraunhofer.de> wrote:
Karl-Heinz Herrmann <khh@khherrmann.de> wrote:

> Have a look at cdrdao as well -- it has a "copy" command and you can
> specify source/target, on the fly or with image. As far as my experience
> goes it can handle arbitrary track modes and simply does a 1:1 copy.
> (thats mixed audio/data, audio, data and video CD up to now). copy
> protected stuff with artifical subchannel errors might or might not work
> depending on the drive (raw capabilities).

Last time I did try, this did not work as cdrdao was unable to read
the input correctly.

readcd -clone is known to work.


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