K9 software lets the user make a personal DVD backup with a graphical interface.
"K9 is a small utility which allows the users to make a copy of DVD using Linux. The DVD video stream
is compressed by the program Vamps.
Copy without menus :
In this case, dvdauthor is used to create a new DVD structure. It is
possible to choose the order in which the video sequences are played.
Copy with menus :
As dvdauthor does not make it possible to integrate the original menus,
K9Copy reproduces the original structure of the DVD. The navigation packs
as well as IFO files are modified to point on the compressed MPEG stream."
This is the best I can locate: But it does not have any detail like the OMGRip User manual... I understand manuals or wink tutorials take a great deal of time to write, and take a different type of writing than a letter or paper as they are prepared for a different purpose of computer users......
I also note this comment as one of the references to K9: Linux has a number of methods to create a personal DVD backup if you are comfortable using command line tools. If you would rather use a graphical interface, there is software available. K9Copy, AcidRip, and DVD::RIP. OMGRip, and Handbreak. There are a number of Linux users that still use well known windows tools (ripit4me, DVDFab, shrink) running in wine to accomplish a personal DVD back-up.
I had a decent setup Using Mepis7, and now 4 months later I have some backup DVD scratched and no longer playable that I need to recreate. I initially installed K9 in Mepis7 and found it was the perfect tool to avoid needing to purchasing the same DVDs again, again, again, again, and again...