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ISO from a audio CD w/DD or something else ?

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Is their a standard way to make a ISO from a audio CD?
   dd if=/dev/cdrom of=/path/destfile.iso
doesn't seem to work

I know how to rip a CD to wav/mp3, I just need a .iso in this case.
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Do you mean an image on a file system or an ISO image. Because as far as my understanding goes ISO images only support some specific file systems. If you need to rip audio CD's and store them in a file system that you can use later using other applications this could be done using "cdrdao" command with a command like this

cdrdao read-cd --device /dev/cdrom --read-subchan rw_raw mycd.toc

would read the audio CD and store it in a image data.bin

There are other commands (parameters) that can be passed to cdrdao to write a cd and others.

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Anand Bisen
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