MachineOfTheMonth: CD recording under linux and what you should know [Revised and Expanded]
Aug 19, 2000, 16:38 (0 Talkback[s])
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"I had a Debian GNU/Linux cd-rom that I had purchased over the
internet. Loving Debian and having a cd-recorder, I wanted to make
copies of it."
"This is a revised article. The first version, as more than
one person pointed out, was incomplete and therefore misleading.
We'll take a look at 3 different ways to make a duplicate of an
existing cd-rom disc."
"The first method will be using the dd command. The second
method will be using the mkisofs command and the third method will
be using the cdrdao program. dd and mkisofs are used generate an
iso image of the cdrom disc we want to duplicate and then the
cdrecord program will take it from there. The cdrdao program
performs the role of image creator and image burner, as we will
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