Re: create an .iso file from an audio cd

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On Wed December 20 2006 5:43 pm, Dmitriy Kropivnitskiy wrote:
> There are all sorts of GUI tools which will do that. The first
> ones that come to mind, are k3b and gnomebaker. There is also
> a low-tech command line approach available. Assuming that your
> CD drive is /dev/hdc you can either dd if=/dev/hdc
> of=music.iso bs=1024
> or, if you want to be a true UNIX mofo, you can
> cat /dev/hdc > music.iso

$ sudo dd if=/dev/hdc of=xmas.iso bs=1024
dd: reading `/dev/hdc': Input/output error
0+0 records in
0+0 records out
0 bytes (0 B) copied, 0.0019958 seconds, 0.0 kB/s
[[email protected] audio]$ cat /dev/hdc > xmas.iso
cat: /dev/hdc: Input/output error

I've tried your suggestions as user and sudo - I get the above 
error - when I put the audio cd in, a device icon appears on my 
desktop for the mount - if I hover over it, it is shown 
as /dev/hdc - I use the KDE desktop

Reading the cdrdao man page right now
Claude Jones
Brunswick, Md, USA

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