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vaya:/home/peter# dd if=/dev/hdc of=/home/peter/Desktop/jm.iso
dd: reading `/dev/hdc': Input/output error
0+0 records in
0+0 records out
0 bytes (0 B) copied, 0.00348835 seconds, 0.0 kB/s
Tried it as root to avoid permission probs.
Did mange to copy it though with Sound Juicer. The problem earlier was, the directory /tmp was full, and the program stopped. When I changed the setting to /home/peter/musictemp where there is lots of space, well, everything hunky dory.
Would still like to know what is wrong with dd!!
I mounted /dev/hdc with mount -t tmpfs /dev/hdc /media/cdrom0 That didn't give an error
mount shows /dev/hdc on /media/cdrom0 type tmpfs (rw)
Ok, for dd, you have to umount, did that.
This is an old cd, shouldn't have fancy protections.
Well, sounds like good music, your music. Right up my street!
Anyway, got the command line copying working with cdrdao. Works perfect! So if anyone asks how to copy music from the command line, tell them: