[clug] Copy Controlled CDs
John_Telek at tesg5.com.au
Fri Mar 26 05:32:23 GMT 2004
Next time Canberra is gripped by fire, at least you'll have "off-site
From: Darren Freeman [mailto:daz111 at rsphysse.anu.edu.au]
Sent: Friday, March 26, 2004 4:21 PM
To: michael at james.st
Cc: linux at samba.org
Subject: Re: [clug] Copy Controlled CDs
I have met several copy controlled CDs that cdparanoia could rip without
hesitation. For a nice GUI try grip.
Also don't forget to give backups to your friends to ensure that copy
controlled CDs aren't successful. <woops, public forum> I mean, don't do
that, it's morally equivalent to piracy on the high seas, with all the
raping and pillaging.
On Fri, 2004-03-26 at 13:27, Michael James wrote:
> Met my first Copy Controlled CD today,
> Paul Kelly, "Ways and Means".
> Bunged it in the drive to rip it into ogg so I can listen to it while
> programming. Hmmm, whierd sounds as the drive speeds up and slows down
> no progress being made, lets look at that case again. Damn, a "Copy
> Controlled" logo. I've bought one of those "shiny silver things with
> music on" that aren't CDs.
> If you ever have the misfortune to meet one,
> don't strain your geekpower,
> a thin band of blue whiteboard marker,
> just touching the outside edge of the tracks...
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