( I'm french, so excuse my english speaking )
When i first posted this article, i've received two type of solution :
1. use cdwrite or cdrecord using /dev/cdrom as source
2. use cdwrite or cdrecord with the source piped from dd
I couldn't try any of this solution 'cause :
cdwrite don't know Sony CDwriters ( I have a CDU 926-S )
cdrecord1.5 refuses to execute on my linux :
it tells somethings like "bash: cdrecord: File not found "
( and i know how to use UNIX ! )
and cdrecord1.4 fails to copy.
I wish to know the difference between this two solutions, what does dd wich
is different from a simple /dev/dumy read.
I noticed that this both solutions could be used with any source: IDE CDreader, IDE HD,
and why not FD.
I've seen the Easy CD pro software on Win95, it has an option to directly copy the
CD from a SCSI CDreader to a SCSI CDwriter. Does i have to understand that there is a way
to copy the CD using only the SCSI devices and bypassing the CPU and MotherBoard memory ?
I wishes to use as few resources as possible, as i have an ISA MotherBoard holding a 486DX33,
and a 80M HD. (plus a Pionneer SCSI 12x, a Sony CDU 926 )
I wishes to thank Ken Yap and Dave Platt for their help.
And i will thank all the many people wich will help me to find the optimal solution.