akaidump - Dump an AKAI media (i.e. CDROM) as disk image file to your HD.
akaiextract SOURCE DESTFILE
Reads an AKAI media (i.e. from a CDROM drive, ZIP drive or directly from an AKAI
hard disk drive) and writes it as AKAI disk image file to your hard disc drive
for more convenient and faster further usage.
akaiextract(1), gigdump(1), gigextract(1),
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This program and its library are based on Sébastien Métrot's
libakai. This is a fork of libakai and its tools which is now also providing
support for LINUX and other POSIX compliant operating system, and it does not
have a dependency to libngl as the original libakai had. Linux port and man
page written by Christian Schoenebeck <email@example.com>
- On Windows: drive letter of the source disk drive to read from. On POSIX
systems (i.e. Linux, Mac): path to the input source, which may either be
an AKAI disk image file already being available on your HD, or a disk
drive path (i.e. '/dev/cdrom'). On Mac: You can omit this argument on Mac,
which will cause it to access the CDROM drive automatically
- Target filename to write the AKAI disk image to.
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