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~%%(bash)readom dev=/dev/sr0 f=/path/to/image.iso%%
~%%(bash)dd if=/dev/sr0 of=/path/to/image.iso%%
~%%(bash)readom dev=/dev/scd0 f=/path/to/image.iso%%
~%%(bash)dd if=/dev/cdrom of=/path/to/image.iso%%

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====Ripping Optical Media from the commandline====
~Both the commands [[readom]] and [[dd]] can be used to rip (copy) optical media to an ISO image. readom is preferrable as it checks for errors on the fly, it is part of the [[wodim]] package.
~Here are examples of both commands (replace /path/to/ with the target directory)
~%%(bash)readom dev=/dev/scd0 f=/path/to/image.iso%%
~%%(bash)dd if=/dev/cdrom of=/path/to/image.iso%%
==Also on the Wiki==
==Related Webpages==
~[[ How to copy CD/DVD into hard disk (commandlinefu)]]
====How to blank a re-writable CD or DVD====
If the optical disc is new then it should be blank already.
==Within Microsoft Windows==
If using Windows the free program [[ ImgBurn]] can be used.
==Within Puppy Linux==
[[PBurn]] can be used with Puppy:-
~-accessible from //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//
~-Start Pburn
~-go to Burn -> Blank CD/DVD
~-click Blank disc tab
~-select type of erasure Fast blank > and select type of disc media
~-click Burner device tab and select your burner device (drive) that contains the disc to be erased, and uncheck Eject disc after burn
~-click Burn button to commence erasing.

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