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for those getting ~1.2MBps transfer over network, adding the block size flag fixed the problem and got me to the ~8MBps range
dd if=/dev/cdrom of=/mnt/storage/bluray.iso bs=4096
Ok so after a couple of days I got what I believe is debian squeeze 2 installed (gui included,ps3 slim) on an 80gb externel hdd booted no problems and without changing anything I can see the local area networked windows computers. I tried just copy and paste from blu ray ps3 drive to the windows share but got heaps of errors and only ended up with part of the disc( I assume this is the copy protection at work). Do I need to do a specific command for it to rip the disc is there someway to do it using the gui really not good with console commands? Tottally and utterly noobish with linux never used it and have no idea what I am doing help much appreciated.
Ok so I used the dd comand and it did a iso rip of the disc but it put it into the "file system" folder I dont seem to be able to delete it anone know how to delete a file in that folder?
my ideas –
you might be able to do several dd commands and make a bunch of <4 GB files and then cat them together, try to
In windows there is a reg file available that makes setting permissions as easy as a right click/take ownership. Is there a gui based app that will run on debian that I can install for setting file permissions?
You're not using the linux.iso described at the start of the tutorial are you? If so, could you tell us how you got SMBFS support?
Originally Posted by cookie42
OOORRRR, why not use graf_chokolo's method of decrypting the internal HDD so you can just rip directly to it from linux instead of usb transfer/ftp transfer.
It just makes sense instead having to go through the trouble of dealing with an encrypted HDD.
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