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psx iso burning in _linux_

Discussion in 'PS2 - CD backup discussion' started by cornjulio, May 8, 2007.

  1. cornjulio

    cornjulio Member

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    Ok, i'm using Ubuntu Linux 6.06 here, and i've got a game (Vagrant Story) PSX and ATM i've got a .cue, .sub, .img. and a .ccd file here. I used k3b to burn the .cue onto the disc (as an image) and it didn't work on my modded PS2 or epsxe. I then tried ccd2iso and then burned the resulting .iso file but that didn't work either. Any ideas on how to do this? The only other game i've backed up that came in 4 files like this one is Breath of Fire 3, and that works just fine.
     
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    this may be a bit late, but...
    i believe thats a "clone CD" backup.

    i know there isnt a clone CD version for linux yet,
    but have you tried running the win version under WINE?

    heres a related forum link for running clone cd under linux
    clone cd on linux?

    barring that, k3b should work, but you'll have to watch your settings.

    have you tried mounting the .img with CDemu and checking the file contents of it?
    cDemu sourceforge site

    i hope this helps.
     
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  3. cornjulio

    cornjulio Member

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    No, I haven't tried clone cd in WINE yet, mainly because I don't have a copy of CloneCD on hand. I'm thinking of trying to get a copy, though.

    Which settings, specifically, should I watch?

    Yes, I actually have tried mounting the .img and looking inside it. All I found were empty folders marked Menu, Battle, CG, etc, _BUT_ when I load the .img in epsxe it runs just fine (control issues, but i think thats epsxe's problem), so I know the .img isn't at fault.
     

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