Can I make an ISO on FC3 from a movie DVD
I would like to know if I can put a movie DVD into my FC3 laptop and make an ISO using the command line and then just burn the ISO onto another dvd?
Fujitsu FMV-Biblo NB50G laptop
Running FC3 with the most current kernel
And most current updates. I yum update and use the redhat autoupdate once a week so everything is up to date.
It has a DVDr from before when it was a windows box and when it was a windows box I was able to burn DVD's.
Currently it only recognizes the DVDr as a cd player and I would like to get it up to a dvd player and more importantly a burner so I can burn DVDs. I looked up DVDrip but it would not install on my FC3 for some reason. Some shell error. I could not find DVDauhtor and could not install Transcode or K3b. I do have GTK+ current version and know how to use the simple commands of make make install and ./configure. I tried all these commands as root and still it failed to install. I tried yum to install it but none of my repositories have any of these. I have DAG repositories and would like to know if anyone has had any success in getting DVD burning capabilities on there FC3 machine and how they did it. Also if someone can point me to a repository I can add to my yum that would let me install all this easier from RPMs or something like that. Though if I can get source files that install easily with a nice readme file would also be acceptable.
I looked at the franks site. Great site.
Problem: I have looked under the .wine directory and do not have the config file. I have searched every directory I can think of and even did a locate from the command line for the config file. It is not there.
The one that is supposed to be at ~/.wine/config is the one I am talking about. I know my wine is updated because I went to the wine site and downloaded the newest one and it would not install cause the one I have is newer. I tried using winecfg but it says that it is not running yet so I needed to go to the ~/.wine/config file to make changes that I wanted to stick because winecfg was not up all the way.
Can anyone tell me what to do?
Contents of ~/.wine/config :
Well you can do it the hard way. VOBCOPY can mirror the dvd to hard disk. You'll need libdvdcss for encrypted dvds; then use mkisofs to make a iso image of the ripped data and cdrecord to burn. k3b can also rip dvd's, but I haven't experimented with it.
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