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Felix Miata-3
I sent this to KDE3 list 3 days ago but got no response.

Trying to copy a DVDR-produced DVD using K3B on this 42.3/KDE3 system causes the CPU
to peg and K3B to freeze. It also exhausts free RAM. I have to exit the KDE session
to normalize the desktop. If I only want to burn an existing .iso to DVD, then K3B
works as expected. A month or more ago, K3B always worked as expected, going back
at least my entire history of using *SUSE.

So I tried to use a different 42.3/KDE3 PC to see if it would work, and K3B complains
about MAD not being installed. When I try to install kdemultimedia3-mad, zypper
complains nothing provides mad. On this system, there is no current "mad" available,
only as you can see here:
i | libmad0 | package    | 0.15.1b-4.1 | x86_64 | (System Packages)
v | libmad0 | package    | 0.15.1b-2.1 | x86_64 | Update

I don't know why the current libmad0 is shown as an older version than that installed.

About mad, I filed a bug: https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1076935

I gave up enabling mad on the other PC and tried with K3B to copy the DVD, which should
have nothing to do with mad anyway. It too pegs the CPU and writes 0 bytes to the tmp
file. On the first attempt, I did Ctrl-Alt-F3 first to run top. On return to KDE3, K3B
had disappeared. On the second attempt, after several minutes of 0 progress K3B simply
disappeared. Third try I logged in as root to run K3B with same failing result. On the
4th try with a different DVD made with a different recorder, the K3B crash aborted the
KDE3 session as Xorg process was killed due to RAM exhaustion.

Since I got no mailing list response, I filed a bug:
https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1077190

Does KDE3 K3B DVD copying work for anyone here who has 42.3 fully updated? What are people
using who simply want to copy DVDR discs they've made, can no longer use K3B, and don't
want to use a terminal/cmdline, KDE5, or GTK apps? Man pages for cdrecord and wodim don't
have examples for such simple desires. Any of various multimedia apps I have installed which
may or may not have such capability don't make it obvious (tovid, dvdrip, VLC, others).
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Re: kdebase3-k3b fubar for copying DVD

Dave Plater lst


On 26/01/2018 07:47, Felix Miata wrote:

> I sent this to KDE3 list 3 days ago but got no response.
>
> Trying to copy a DVDR-produced DVD using K3B on this 42.3/KDE3 system causes the CPU
> to peg and K3B to freeze. It also exhausts free RAM. I have to exit the KDE session
> to normalize the desktop. If I only want to burn an existing .iso to DVD, then K3B
> works as expected. A month or more ago, K3B always worked as expected, going back
> at least my entire history of using *SUSE.
>
> So I tried to use a different 42.3/KDE3 PC to see if it would work, and K3B complains
> about MAD not being installed. When I try to install kdemultimedia3-mad, zypper
> complains nothing provides mad. On this system, there is no current "mad" available,
> only as you can see here:
> i | libmad0 | package    | 0.15.1b-4.1 | x86_64 | (System Packages)
> v | libmad0 | package    | 0.15.1b-2.1 | x86_64 | Update
>
> I don't know why the current libmad0 is shown as an older version than that installed.
>
> About mad, I filed a bug: https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1076935
>
> I gave up enabling mad on the other PC and tried with K3B to copy the DVD, which should
> have nothing to do with mad anyway. It too pegs the CPU and writes 0 bytes to the tmp
> file. On the first attempt, I did Ctrl-Alt-F3 first to run top. On return to KDE3, K3B
> had disappeared. On the second attempt, after several minutes of 0 progress K3B simply
> disappeared. Third try I logged in as root to run K3B with same failing result. On the
> 4th try with a different DVD made with a different recorder, the K3B crash aborted the
> KDE3 session as Xorg process was killed due to RAM exhaustion.
>
> Since I got no mailing list response, I filed a bug:
> https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1077190
>
> Does KDE3 K3B DVD copying work for anyone here who has 42.3 fully updated? What are people
> using who simply want to copy DVDR discs they've made, can no longer use K3B, and don't
> want to use a terminal/cmdline, KDE5, or GTK apps? Man pages for cdrecord and wodim don't
> have examples for such simple desires. Any of various multimedia apps I have installed which
> may or may not have such capability don't make it obvious (tovid, dvdrip, VLC, others).
>
I use dd_rhelp to copy dvd's to iso files with great success. If you're
sure there's no bad sectors use dd_rescue.
Dave P

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Re: kdebase3-k3b fubar for copying DVD

Dave Plater lst
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On 26/01/2018 07:47, Felix Miata wrote:

> I sent this to KDE3 list 3 days ago but got no response.
>
> Trying to copy a DVDR-produced DVD using K3B on this 42.3/KDE3 system causes the CPU
> to peg and K3B to freeze. It also exhausts free RAM. I have to exit the KDE session
> to normalize the desktop. If I only want to burn an existing .iso to DVD, then K3B
> works as expected. A month or more ago, K3B always worked as expected, going back
> at least my entire history of using *SUSE.
>
> So I tried to use a different 42.3/KDE3 PC to see if it would work, and K3B complains
> about MAD not being installed. When I try to install kdemultimedia3-mad, zypper
> complains nothing provides mad. On this system, there is no current "mad" available,
> only as you can see here:
> i | libmad0 | package    | 0.15.1b-4.1 | x86_64 | (System Packages)
> v | libmad0 | package    | 0.15.1b-2.1 | x86_64 | Update
>
> I don't know why the current libmad0 is shown as an older version than that installed.
>
> About mad, I filed a bug: https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1076935
>
> I gave up enabling mad on the other PC and tried with K3B to copy the DVD, which should
> have nothing to do with mad anyway. It too pegs the CPU and writes 0 bytes to the tmp
> file. On the first attempt, I did Ctrl-Alt-F3 first to run top. On return to KDE3, K3B
> had disappeared. On the second attempt, after several minutes of 0 progress K3B simply
> disappeared. Third try I logged in as root to run K3B with same failing result. On the
> 4th try with a different DVD made with a different recorder, the K3B crash aborted the
> KDE3 session as Xorg process was killed due to RAM exhaustion.
>
> Since I got no mailing list response, I filed a bug:
> https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1077190
>
> Does KDE3 K3B DVD copying work for anyone here who has 42.3 fully updated? What are people
> using who simply want to copy DVDR discs they've made, can no longer use K3B, and don't
> want to use a terminal/cmdline, KDE5, or GTK apps? Man pages for cdrecord and wodim don't
> have examples for such simple desires. Any of various multimedia apps I have installed which
> may or may not have such capability don't make it obvious (tovid, dvdrip, VLC, others).
>
BTW leap:42.3 k3b works for me for copying dvd's, I use k3b-17.04.3 for
kf5 kde and I see it's out of date by release number possibly because
I've played around with it or installed from packman originally, it
doesn't complain about mad.
I just prefer the ease of dd_rhelp on the command line.
Dave P

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Re: kdebase3-k3b fubar for copying DVD

David Haller-4
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Hello,

On Fri, 26 Jan 2018, Felix Miata wrote:
>terminal/cmdline, KDE5, or GTK apps? Man pages for cdrecord and wodim
>don't have examples for such simple desires. Any of various
>multimedia apps I have installed which may or may not have such
>capability don't make it obvious (tovid, dvdrip, VLC, others).

    readdvd -d /dev/dvd -o foo.iso

[fx] replace disc for a blank [/fx]

    cdrecord dev=/dev/dvd foo.iso

Simple as that.

[adjust the device if you've got more than one drive, /dev/dvd is a
placeholder anyway]

And: get rid of wodim/cdrkit NOW! That's about a decade deprecated.
The homepage http://cdrkit.org/ is blank!
The SW received no updates since 1.1.11 in Feb. 2011! See[1]

Replace it with cdrecord / the original cdrtools NOW. cdrkit was a
badly maintained and dead-since-2011-fork from cdrtools.

Actually, I just submitted a delete request for this bugridden zombie
in OBS.

See also
==== http://cdrtools.sourceforge.net/private/cdrecord.html ====
Since May 2007, the Debian fork [cdrkit/wodim] did get no more than
typo corrections, while the original software meanwhile more than
doubled it's features since May 2004.
====

Yes, cdrecord will complain about you not using the official
dev=BUS,ID,LUN syntax, but it'll work :)

$ cdrecord -inq dev=/dev/dvd
Cdrecord-ProDVD-ProBD-Clone 3.02a07 (x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu) Copyright (C) 1995-2016 Joerg Schilling
scsidev: '/dev/dvd'
devname: '/dev/dvd'
scsibus: -2 target: -2 lun: -2
Warning: Open by 'devname' is unintentional and not supported.

vs.

$ cdrecord -scanbus
[...]
$ cdrecord -inq dev=19,0,0
Cdrecord-ProDVD-ProBD-Clone 3.02a07 (x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu) Copyright (C) 1995-2016 Joerg Schilling
scsidev: '19,0,0'
scsibus: 19 target: 0 lun: 0
Linux sg driver version: 3.5.34

Still works. Always has. Joerg is not that mean (yet?). Using /dev/bla
(symlinks) is just too convenient. Esp. as the ids on the scsibus can
change whilst devs and their symlinks (by-id/by-label etc.) remain
or can be made stable.

So, no worries. IIRC that warning has been there since the first time
I used cdrecord in 2000 or so...

HTH,
-dnh

[1] https://build.opensuse.org/package/view_file/multimedia:apps/wodim/wodim.changes?expand=1
    search for "updated to 1.1.11"

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Re: kdebase3-k3b fubar for copying DVD

Felix Miata-3
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Dave Plater composed on 2018-01-26 10:32 (UTC+0200):

> I use dd_rhelp to copy dvd's to iso files with great success.      

Good idea, but doesn't work on TW. Instead, I get the following:

# dd_rhelp /dev/sr0 andrew-wommack-healing.iso
>> Probing logfile location : './andrew-wommack-healing.iso.log'
>> Found convenient logfile location './andrew-wommack-healing.iso.log'
Could not extract version info from '/usr/bin/dd_rescue' executable ! Weird ! exiting...
# zypsei dd
i  | dd_rescue            | package | 1.99.8-1.1      | x86_64 | OSS
i+ | dd_rhelp             | package | 0.3.0-11.5      | noarch | OSS
# rpmqa dd_rescue
dd_rescue-1.99.8-1.1.x86_64
# which dd_rescue
/usr/bin/dd_rescue
# ls -gG /usr/bin/dd_rescue
-rwxr-xr-x 1 107064 Dec  8 06:57 /usr/bin/dd_rescue
# cat andrew-wommack-healing.iso.log
=== COMPUTED VERSION OF LOG :
chunk:
logcontent:
eof:nothing

> If you're sure there's no bad sectors use dd_rescue.

How is anyone supposed to determine a finalized -R DVD has no bad sectors? :-p
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Re: kdebase3-k3b fubar for copying DVD

Felix Miata-3
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David Haller composed on 2018-01-26 09:56 (UTC+0100):

> Felix Miata wrote:

>>terminal/cmdline, KDE5, or GTK apps? Man pages for cdrecord and wodim
>>don't have examples for such simple desires. Any of various
>>multimedia apps I have installed which may or may not have such
>>capability don't make it obvious (tovid, dvdrip, VLC, others).

>     readdvd -d /dev/dvd -o foo.iso

# readdvd -d /dev/sr0 -o andrew-wommack-healing.iso
If 'readdvd' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup the package that contains it,
like this:
    cnf readdvd
# cnf readdvd
readdvd: command not found
# which cnf
/usr/bin/cnf
# zypse readdvd
#

So many ways to fail. :~(
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Re: kdebase3-k3b fubar for copying DVD

John Andersen-2
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On January 25, 2018 9:47:40 PM PST, Felix Miata <[hidden email]> wrote:

>I sent this to KDE3 list 3 days ago but got no response.
>
>Trying to copy a DVDR-produced DVD using K3B on this 42.3/KDE3 system
>causes the CPU
>to peg and K3B to freeze. It also exhausts free RAM. I have to exit the
>KDE session
>to normalize the desktop. If I only want to burn an existing .iso to
>DVD, then K3B
>works as expected. A month or more ago, K3B always worked as expected,
>going back
>at least my entire history of using *SUSE.
>
>So I tried to use a different 42.3/KDE3 PC to see if it would work, and
>K3B complains
>about MAD not being installed. When I try to install
>kdemultimedia3-mad, zypper
>complains nothing provides mad. On this system, there is no current
>"mad" available,
>only as you can see here:
>i | libmad0 | package    | 0.15.1b-4.1 | x86_64 | (System Packages)
>v | libmad0 | package    | 0.15.1b-2.1 | x86_64 | Update
>
>I don't know why the current libmad0 is shown as an older version than
>that installed.
>
>About mad, I filed a bug:
>https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1076935
>
>I gave up enabling mad on the other PC and tried with K3B to copy the
>DVD, which should
>have nothing to do with mad anyway. It too pegs the CPU and writes 0
>bytes to the tmp
>file. On the first attempt, I did Ctrl-Alt-F3 first to run top. On
>return to KDE3, K3B
>had disappeared. On the second attempt, after several minutes of 0
>progress K3B simply
>disappeared. Third try I logged in as root to run K3B with same failing
>result. On the
>4th try with a different DVD made with a different recorder, the K3B
>crash aborted the
>KDE3 session as Xorg process was killed due to RAM exhaustion.
>
>Since I got no mailing list response, I filed a bug:
>https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1077190
>
>Does KDE3 K3B DVD copying work for anyone here who has 42.3 fully
>updated? What are people
>using who simply want to copy DVDR discs they've made, can no longer
>use K3B, and don't
>want to use a terminal/cmdline, KDE5, or GTK apps? Man pages for
>cdrecord and wodim don't
>have examples for such simple desires. Any of various multimedia apps I
>have installed which
>may or may not have such capability don't make it obvious (tovid,
>dvdrip, VLC, others).

Try using tmp space located in your own directory, rather than the normal temporary space this is a ramdisk.

I had a similar problem, and I believe I made the settings right there in k3b.


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Re: kdebase3-k3b fubar for copying DVD

Felix Miata-3
John Andersen composed on 2018-01-26 01:48 (UTC-0800):

>>Does KDE3 K3B DVD copying work for anyone here who has 42.3 fully
>>updated? What are people
>>using who simply want to copy DVDR discs they've made, can no longer
>>use K3B, and don't
>>want to use a terminal/cmdline, KDE5, or GTK apps? Man pages for
>>cdrecord and wodim don't
>>have examples for such simple desires. Any of various multimedia apps I
>>have installed which
>>may or may not have such capability don't make it obvious (tovid,
>>dvdrip, VLC, others).

> Try using tmp space located in your own directory, rather than the normal temporary space this is a ramdisk.

Are you sure?

# mount | grep tmp
devtmpfs on /dev type devtmpfs (rw,nosuid,size=8042924k,nr_inodes=2010731,mode=755)
tmpfs on /dev/shm type tmpfs (rw,nosuid,nodev)
tmpfs on /run type tmpfs (rw,nosuid,nodev,mode=755)
tmpfs on /sys/fs/cgroup type tmpfs (ro,nosuid,nodev,noexec,mode=755)
/dev/md0 on /tmp type ext4 (rw,noatime,data=ordered)
tmpfs on /run/user/#### type tmpfs (rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime,size=1609948k,mode=700,uid=####,gid=####)
00srv:~ # df /dev/md0
Filesystem     1K-blocks    Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/md0         9305776 2570432   6239584  30% /tmp

> I had a similar problem, and I believe I made the settings right there in k3b.

The only tmp location in K3B settings I already set to a filesystem with ample
freespace. The tmp location in the iso copy dialog I set to the same filesystem.
DVD size is only 4.4G, while RAM size is 16G.
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Re: kdebase3-k3b fubar for copying DVD

Dave Plater lst
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On 26/01/2018 11:19, Felix Miata wrote:

> Dave Plater composed on 2018-01-26 10:32 (UTC+0200):
>
>> I use dd_rhelp to copy dvd's to iso files with great success.
>
> Good idea, but doesn't work on TW. Instead, I get the following:
>
> # dd_rhelp /dev/sr0 andrew-wommack-healing.iso
>>> Probing logfile location : './andrew-wommack-healing.iso.log'
>>> Found convenient logfile location './andrew-wommack-healing.iso.log'
> Could not extract version info from '/usr/bin/dd_rescue' executable ! Weird ! exiting...
> # zypsei dd
> i  | dd_rescue            | package | 1.99.8-1.1      | x86_64 | OSS
> i+ | dd_rhelp             | package | 0.3.0-11.5      | noarch | OSS
> # rpmqa dd_rescue
> dd_rescue-1.99.8-1.1.x86_64
> # which dd_rescue
> /usr/bin/dd_rescue
> # ls -gG /usr/bin/dd_rescue
> -rwxr-xr-x 1 107064 Dec  8 06:57 /usr/bin/dd_rescue
> # cat andrew-wommack-healing.iso.log
> === COMPUTED VERSION OF LOG :
> chunk:
> logcontent:
> eof:nothing
  dd_rescue -V

dd_rescue Version 1.40, [hidden email], GNU GPL v2/v3
  ($Id: dd_rescue.c,v 1.238 2013/08/18 21:48:51 garloff Exp $)
  (compiled Aug 20 2013 06:03 by gcc (SUSE Linux) 4.8.5)
  (features: O_DIRECT dl/libfallocate fallocate splice xattr )
dd_rescue is free software. It's protected by the terms of GNU GPL v2 or v3
  (at your option).

>
>> If you're sure there's no bad sectors use dd_rescue.
>
> How is anyone supposed to determine a finalized -R DVD has no bad sectors? :-p
>
If it's surface looks good and if it hasn't got bad sector copyright
protection, it should be good.
Dave P

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Re: kdebase3-k3b fubar for copying DVD

Liam Proven
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On Fri, 26 Jan 2018 04:33:35 -0500
Felix Miata <[hidden email]> wrote:

> # readdvd -d /dev/sr0 -o andrew-wommack-healing.iso
> If 'readdvd' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup the package that contains it,
> like this:
>     cnf readdvd
> # cnf readdvd
> readdvd: command not found

That is a correct, valid response. CNF ran and it doesn't know of any command called "readdvd" -- and neither do I.

> # which cnf
> /usr/bin/cnf

Why do this? CNF is there and working fine. It just responded to you. If CNF was missing, it would have said

cnf: command not found

> # zypse readdvd
> #

I do not have a ``zypse'' command either.

Did you mean ``zypper se $programname''?

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Re: kdebase3-k3b fubar for copying DVD

Carlos E. R.-2
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...

>> Since I got no mailing list response, I filed a bug:
>> https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1077190
>>
>> Does KDE3 K3B DVD copying work for anyone here who has 42.3 fully
>> updated? What are people using who simply want to copy DVDR discs
>> they've made, can no longer use K3B, and don't want to use a
>> terminal/cmdline, KDE5, or GTK apps? Man pages for cdrecord and wodim
>> don't have examples for such simple desires. Any of various multimedia
>> apps I have installed which may or may not have such capability don't
>> make it obvious (tovid, dvdrip, VLC, others).
>
> Try using tmp space located in your own directory, rather than the normal temporary space this is a ramdisk.

Not by default.

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Re: kdebase3-k3b fubar for copying DVD

Felix Miata-3
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Liam Proven composed on 2018-01-26 12:30 (UTC+0100):

> On Fri, 26 Jan 2018 04:33:35 -0500 Felix Miata wrote:

>> # readdvd -d /dev/sr0 -o andrew-wommack-healing.iso
>> If 'readdvd' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup the package that contains it,
>> like this:
>>     cnf readdvd
>> # cnf readdvd
>> readdvd: command not found

> That is a correct, valid response. CNF ran and it doesn't know of any command called "readdvd" -- and neither do I.

>> # which cnf
>> /usr/bin/cnf

> Why do this? CNF is there and working fine. It just responded to you. If CNF was missing, it would have said

> cnf: command not found

>> # zypse readdvd
>> #

> I do not have a ``zypse'' command either.

> Did you mean ``zypper se $programname''?

# which zypse
/usr/local/bin/zypse
# cat /usr/local/bin/zypse
#!/bin/sh
zypper --no-refresh se -s $*  | egrep -v 'debug|devel|srcp|openSUSE-20' | egrep 'x86|noarch'| sort
# which readdvd
/usr/bin/readdvd
# rpmqf /usr/bin/readdvd
qpxtool-0.7.2-4.3.x86_64
#
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Re: kdebase3-k3b fubar for copying DVD

John Andersen-2
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On 01/26/2018 04:10 AM, Carlos E. R. wrote:
>> Try using tmp space located in your own directory, rather than the normal temporary space this is a ramdisk.
> Not by default.


https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-factory/2012-03/msg00400.html
Perhaps this has been reverted?

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On Friday, 2018-01-26 at 10:55 -0800, John Andersen wrote:

> On 01/26/2018 04:10 AM, Carlos E. R. wrote:
>>> Try using tmp space located in your own directory, rather than the normal temporary space this is a ramdisk.
>> Not by default.
>
>
> https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-factory/2012-03/msg00400.html
> Perhaps this has been reverted?

It was never implemented on openSUSE as default regarding /tmp

+++----------
- - /tmp is mounted as tmpfs, to make the default setups as stateless as
   possible. As stated on
   https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/tmp-on-tmpfs , we might need to
   fix some applications to use /var/tmp instead of /tmp when they need
   persistent storage. Another big issue is educating users.
- ----------++-

Some people do, on their choosing. And other distros may do.

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Re: kdebase3-k3b fubar for copying DVD

David Haller-4
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Hello,

On Fri, 26 Jan 2018, Felix Miata wrote:

>David Haller composed on 2018-01-26 09:56 (UTC+0100):
>
>> Felix Miata wrote:
>
>>>terminal/cmdline, KDE5, or GTK apps? Man pages for cdrecord and wodim
>>>don't have examples for such simple desires. Any of various
>>>multimedia apps I have installed which may or may not have such
>>>capability don't make it obvious (tovid, dvdrip, VLC, others).
>
>>     readdvd -d /dev/dvd -o foo.iso
[..]
># cnf readdvd
>readdvd: command not found

https://software.opensuse.org/package/qpxtool

Using GNU ddrescue should work too.
https://software.opensuse.org/package/gnu_ddrescue

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