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 PostPosted: Sat Nov 15, 2008 7:06 am   
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 PostPosted: Sat Nov 15, 2008 7:38 am   
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Actually, i only registered to leave that one comment. I have my own Linux forums (see website link, under construction) and other websites that i tend to, so i probably will not be back. I happened across this page from a google search on mplayer/macrovision. I figured that the command that the original post used was very close to one of the methods that could be used, but not quite on the money, and was still relevant, and that someone could get use from it, for more than just dvds; so i joined so that i could make that little extra info available.

Thanx for the welcome though.

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 PostPosted: Sat Nov 15, 2008 1:11 pm   
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AlexGrim wrote:
This command will make an *exact* copy, minus the bad blocks, but it takes a *very* long time. It is a disk rescuing tool that you can yum.

Code:
[^v^]$ dd_rescue /dev/sr1 "/Multimedia/Movies/Ultraviolet/Ultraviolet.iso"

dd_rescue: (info): ipos:     21504.0k, opos:     21504.0k, xferd:     21504.0k
                   errs:      0, errxfer:         0.0k, succxfer:     21504.0k
             +curr.rate:     2427kB/s, avg.rate:     2427kB/s, avg.load:  1.0%



or can get via pacman ;)
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[[email protected] ~]$ pacman -Ss ddrescue
extra/ddrescue 1.7-1
    Data recovery version of the Linux DD device copying utility

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 PostPosted: Sun Nov 16, 2008 3:59 am   
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crouse wrote:
AlexGrim wrote:
This command will make an *exact* copy, minus the bad blocks, but it takes a *very* long time. It is a disk rescuing tool that you can yum.

Code:
[^v^]$ dd_rescue /dev/sr1 "/Multimedia/Movies/Ultraviolet/Ultraviolet.iso"

dd_rescue: (info): ipos:     21504.0k, opos:     21504.0k, xferd:     21504.0k
                   errs:      0, errxfer:         0.0k, succxfer:     21504.0k
             +curr.rate:     2427kB/s, avg.rate:     2427kB/s, avg.load:  1.0%



or can get via pacman ;)
Code:
[[email protected] ~]$ pacman -Ss ddrescue
extra/ddrescue 1.7-1
    Data recovery version of the Linux DD device copying utility


Thanks for that crouse, just installed it ;)

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 PostPosted: Sun Nov 16, 2008 4:12 am   
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Actually, you did not.

ddrescue != dd_rescue

They are two separate things altogether.

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 PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2010 12:07 am   
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AlexGrim wrote:
Actually, you did not.

ddrescue != dd_rescue

They are two separate things altogether.


Depends. In debian, dd_rescue is indeed installed via package ddrescue, they drop the '_' for ease of naming.

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