On Tuesday 02 January 2001 22:48, Steve McIntyre wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 02, 2001 at 02:49:48PM +0000, Antonio Rodriguez wrote:
> >Can somebody indicate what excatly must the command line be to copy the
> >contents of a cd to some file and store it as iso image?
> >I tried different options to do it, but the md5sum didn't match
> >afterwards. Something like the internal commandfor xcdroast perhaps,
> >since it has worked in the same case?
> dd is your friend:
> dd if=<cd device> of=filename.iso
Not so if you're trying to duplicate a multitrack CD (correct me if I'm
wrong). I'm been trying out "readcd", available in the the mkisofs/cdrecord
package. So far I've been able to copy only the first and last track off a
multitrack CD. Does anybody have any idea how to use readcd or some other
tool to do a multitrack CD copy, say, by specifying a random track number (1,
2, 3, etc.)?
- Re: mkisofs
- From: Steve McIntyre <firstname.lastname@example.org>