[clug-talk] freedom toaster
gustin at echostar.ca
Wed May 31 16:10:33 PDT 2006
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> dd if=/dev/cdrom of=/home/user/my_iso.iso
I use dd_rescue with dd_rhelp as the front end... this does not error
out on the slightest error.
dd_rhelp /dev/hdc /path/to/my_iso.iso
> ps.: you might want to be root to access the /dev/cdrom wherever that would
> On May 31, 2006 16:03, Mitchell Brown wrote:
>> If you guys need any help be sure to let me know - - perhaps that could be
>> the subject for the next meeting ;)
>> Oh, about loading it up -- how do you make an ISO from a CD that you
>> already have burned.
>> I was thinking if we get this done everyone can just bring in a copy of
>> ________, stick it in and type something like "mkiso" (lol i made that up)
>> and boom. Presto!
>> On 5/31/06, bogi <khangyi at shaw.ca> wrote:
>>> Yes, that was the idea, 4 CD burners and a really fast SCSI hdd, you can
>>> Paul of vfxweb standing behind the burner.
>>> After that we went on and got our current cubic metre of sizzling
>>> freedom, that one had 2 dvd burners and a decent SCSI array, thanks to an
>>> anonymous donation. It is / was good, but transporting it was closer to
>>> d-day landing
>>> operation than anything else that might come to memory. So the idea is to
>>> rebuild the burner, with less weight and more firepower.
>>> On May 31, 2006 15:25, Mike Fitton wrote:
>>>> On Wed, May 31, 2006 at 02:50:55PM -0600, bogi wrote:
>>>>>> We actually have a very similar idea, it is called the superburner,
>>>>>> used to bring it to installfests and other major events.
>>>> On Wednesday 31 May 2006 3:13 pm, Brad Camroux wrote:
>>>>> Yes, I remember that box from the one install fest I have been to.
>>>> For the newer members of CLUG, here's a pic of the barbecue that Szemir
>>>> Brad are talking about from a 2003 Installfest.... I knew I had it
>>>> That thing was serious....lol
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