xcdroast, duplicate bootable CDrom
El Idrissi Majid
majid.elidrissi at etu.univ-tours.fr
Sat Nov 26 07:36:21 UTC 2005
Le Jeudi 24 Novembre 2005 22:51, Rakotomandimby Mihamina a écrit :
> I am using GNOME on a Debian Sid and on another Fedora Core 4.
> All 2.6.14 kernel.
> I use Xcdroast to burn/duplicate my CDs
> I know about k3b and all others, but I wonder about one thing on
> I cant duplicate CDs properly.
> If, for instance, I insert an XP CD (to duplicate for private/backup
> - xcdroast sees it as an audio CD (on Fedora) and sees nothing (on
> - there is no way to make an image, for later burn, only the on-the-fly
> option is possible (obvious, if audio CD, but it is not an audio CD).
> I have all the dependencies installed (cdrtools, mkisofs,...)
> The GNOME system automounts me the CD as data CD and allows me to brows
> it without any problem (but XCDRoast does not see it, or sees as audio
> I dont understand. Would you help me to explain?
> PS: It has been Xposted to the debian and fedora ML, feel free to follup
> up where ou want. Thank you.
Hi, I don't know if you still need help but :
dd if=/dev/<cd dev file> of=/<where you want stock your backup>.iso
PS : perhaps this CD have some protection. If it is, you should use more
intelligent tool, see windows(R) software
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