how do i get around this. running Debian etch
Linux debian64 2.6.18-3-486 #1 Mon Dec 4 15:59:52 UTC 2006 i686 GNU/Linux
everything is etc3 (think that is the proper file system name) or something 3, the standard file format i have used since i started messing with linux.
system specs if you need them:
AMD 3800+ X2
2G PC3200 ram
sATA 7200rpm 250G
Asus A8N-SLI Premium MB
DVDR/W dual layer internal
DVDR/W dual layer external USB2.0
yes the system is apt-get update its a rather new rig so nothing should be messed up with it
i am trying to use vobcopy to make a backup of my Pirates of the Carabian DVD for the wife. could not get DVDShrink or AnyDVD to make successful backups under XP so i tried k3b, and still no luv.
now with vobcopy i get the following error:
sudo vobcopy -l
Vobcopy 1.0.1 - GPL Copyright (c) 2001 - 2006 email@example.com
[Hint] All lines starting with "libdvdread:" are not from vobcopy but from the libdvdread-library
[Info] Path to dvd: /dev/hda
[Info] Name of the dvd: PIRATES_OF_THE_CARIBBEAN_2
[Info] There are 25 titles on this DVD.
[Info] There are 84 chapters on the dvd.
[Info] Most chapters has title 1 with 29 chapters.
[Info] There are 25 angles on this dvd.
[Info] Using Title: 1
[Info] Title has 29 chapters and 1 angles
[Info] Using Chapter: 1
[Info] Using Angle: 1
[Info] DVD-name: PIRATES_OF_THE_CARIBBEAN_2
[Info] Outputting to /home/ray/pirates/PIRATES_OF_THE_CARIBBEAN_21.vob
0MB of 7099MB written (0 %)
[Error] Write() error
[Error] It's possible that you try to write files
[Error] greater than 2GB to filesystem which
[Error] doesn't support it? (try without -l)
[Error] Error: Bad address
so it refuses to let me write larger then 2G file... what gives?