dd an audio cd on 5.x ?
itetcu2 at xnet.ro
Tue Jul 8 13:09:43 PDT 2003
On Tuesday 08 July 2003 22:55, Lowell Gilbert wrote:
> Ion-Mihai Tetcu <itetcu2 at xnet.ro> writes:
> > I need to make an image (I do need a copy so saving and writting
> > individual tracks is of no use) of an audio CD, but when I try:
> > # dd if=/dev/acd0c of=bizprez.iso bs=2048
> That command will copy a data disk, but you have separate
> tracks on this thing.
Ok. And if I want to copy bit by bit ?
>> > I get :
> > dd: /dev/acd0c: Invalid argument
> > because devfs is nicely making the acd0t0nn files in /dev and no
> > acd0c.
> Which is appropriate, because there isn't *any* filesystem
> on your disk.
> > How can this be overcome ?
> The closest I think you can get is the suggestion in the
> cdrecord manual, which uses cdda2wav and cdrecord to get as
> much of the lead-in, lead-out, and CD-text information
> correct as possible.
I'll try, thanks
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