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The following is only an ficticious sequence of events. Any similarity with reality is purely coincidental. Nobody that I know intends to do so. \begin{fiction} Suppose you have a DVD movie that you want to copy. What would be the best way to do it? \end{fiction} Thanks. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [email]debian-user-requestlists.debian.org[/email] with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact [email]listmasterlists.debian.org[/email]...

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    Default Copying a dvd movie

    The following is only an ficticious sequence of events. Any similarity with reality is purely coincidental. Nobody that I know intends to do so.
    \begin{fiction}
    Suppose you have a DVD movie that you want to copy.
    What would be the best way to do it?
    \end{fiction}
    Thanks.


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    On Monday 21 July 2003 19:31, Antonio Rodr0X wrote:
    > \begin{fiction}
    > Suppose you have a DVD movie that you want to copy.
    > What would be the best way to do it?
    > \end{fiction}
    Search google for "dvd::rip". That should do it for transferring movies to
    ((S)V)CD, DVD+-R(W) or harddisk.

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    On Mon, Jul 21, 2003 at 01:31:56PM -0400, Antonio Rodr?0X wrote:
    > The following is only an ficticious sequence of events. Any similarity with reality is purely coincidental. Nobody that I know intends to do so.
    > \begin{fiction}
    > Suppose you have a DVD movie that you want to copy.
    > What would be the best way to do it?
    > \end{fiction}
    > Thanks.

    #include<stdio.h>
    /* Assume CDR by default */
    #ifndef DVDR
    #define CDR 1
    #endif

    void abstract();

    int main(int argc, char **argv)
    {
    abstract();

    return 0;
    }

    void abstract()
    {
    #ifdef DVDR
    printf("If you have a dvd recoder you take the VOB files from the DVD");
    printf("decrypt them and record them onto a blank DVD-R.\n");
    #endif

    #ifdef CDR
    printf("If you have a cd recorder you reencode the DVD into some other");
    printf("format, and then either burn them as VCDs (mpeg1 video that can be");
    printf("played on hardware players or a computer) or as ordinary data");
    printf("files (to be played on a computer only).\n");
    #endif
    }

    P.S. sorry the message is so long, but I wanted to make sure it would
    compile without any warnings :)

    Hope that helps,
    Bijan


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    Let's see, you can spend a week trying to get DVD::rip
    working and the associated stuff like transcode
    that it needs, and dvdcss and all the codecs...

    Or for $100 you can simply download dvdXcopy and get
    it running on your windows box in under five minutes.

    wah, wah, wah. cry all you want about windows vs linux.
    DVD::rip didn't copy entire DVDs with all features the
    last time I checked (only the main title) and you'll be
    whining to somebody who's pretty much ed because
    I've spent four *days* trying to get SMTP-AUTH working
    with pam and sendmail. Something that should darn well
    be the default. Time *IS* money and nobody is going
    to reimburse you just because you worshiped linux. DVD
    access/reading/playing/usage is definitely an area
    where linux loses.

    Sorry, most of the is frustrated rant but the truth about
    DVDs none the less.

    On Mon, 2003-07-21 at 11:06, Nicos Gollan wrote:
    > On Monday 21 July 2003 19:31, Antonio Rodr0X wrote:
    > > \begin{fiction}
    > > Suppose you have a DVD movie that you want to copy.
    > > What would be the best way to do it?
    > > \end{fiction}
    >
    > Search google for "dvd::rip". That should do it for transferring movies to
    > ((S)V)CD, DVD+-R(W) or harddisk.
    >
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    On Mon, 21 Jul 2003, Jeff Wiegley, Ph.D. wrote:
    > I've spent four *days* trying to get SMTP-AUTH working
    > with pam and sendmail. Something that should darn well
    > be the default.
    Why should smtp-auth be the default? For non-mail server systems,
    the only reason a smtp daemon will be running is for delivery mail
    from the local machine to the local machine or remotely. Ergo, you
    don't need to listen on anything other then the loopback device, and
    SMTP-AUTH is rather useless. :)

    As for the 4 days, why not hunt down a computer professional? Heck,
    I'm far from a unix guru, and I got
    Postfix+PAM+Mysql+SMTP-AUTH+CourierIMAP+Squirrelmail working in an
    afternoon, with an hour or two afterwords debugging the system.

    ~ Jesse Meyer

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