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Old 04-08-2008, 12:10 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by lleb View Post
follow up. i ended up installing Debian stable 4.1 .....
next step is figure out how to crack the bloody protection on my wifes Pirates of the Caribbean I II III DVDs so i can burn them to the HDD in avi format. already tried DVD::RIP and that was a total failure have also tried DVDShrink in windows it failed too.
If all else fails, try

I know it is a MS Windows program & non-free however AnyDVD combined with dvdshrink 3.2 has made my newer protected DVD's much easier to use on my Linux based media server.



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