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RE: Anyone using cdrdao with success ?

> > I was wondering if there is anybody out there who does disk-at-once
> > recording using "cdrdao" or any other recording software. My main
> > purpose is the recording of audio CDs, and so far I have 
> succeeded only a few times in recording CDs without a glitch.
> > 
> > Could you please specify the options you provide "cdrdao" with?


# cdrdao copy

Should do a basic copy - make sure you have ~700 odd megs available to make
up a disk image.

If you have two cdrom drivers, you might want to specify one as the source
device & one as the destination device:
# cdrdao copy --source-device /dev/scd0 --device /dev/scd1



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