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Manual Reference Pages  -  READDVD (1)

NAME

readdvd - is creating an image of your source dvd media or medias even if it has / they have corrupted blocks

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

readdvd [-l] [-h]
readdvd -d DEVICE1 [-d DEVICE2] [-d ...] -o file.iso [-s #] [-v] [-vv]

DESCRIPTION

readdvd reads even a corrupted dvd and writes the the result into a new image file on your harddisk.

DEVICE

can be an IDE, SCSI, SATA, USB or FireWire connected optical drive. Not all SATA controller support all Plextor features.

Linux:
/dev/hdX: IDE device
/dev/scdX: Linux 2.4: SATA, SCSI, USB device, or IDE device via ide-scsi emulation
/dev/srX: Linux 2.6: IDE device via new ATA layer, SCSI or USB device

OpenBSD/NetBSD:
/dev/rcdX

FreeBSD:
/dev/cd: SCSI device
/dev/acd: ATA device

MacOS X:
/dev/disk:

win32:
C:,D:,E:, ... X:,Y:,Z:

OPTIONS

-l    scan busses for all available CD and DVD devices

-h    help shows available options.

-o file.iso
                write data to imagefile named file.iso

-s #            read source media with selected speed

-v              use verbose mode

-vv             use extended verbose mode

INTERACTIVE MODUS

q     stop reading media and exit

w     save sector map which is currently read and continue with the next one

EXAMPLES

readdvd -d /dev/sr0 -o filename.iso -s 8 -v
        create an image filename.bin of inserted media in device /dev/sr0 with read speed 8 in verbose mode. please report man page improvements to T.Maguin@web.de
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Gennady ShultZ Kozlov READDVD (1) 10. April, 2009

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