making backups of IRIX media
chrism3667 at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 4 11:39:25 CST 2008
yuck a couple of years ago someone offered to load up
a hard drive with IRIX if I sent them one. He also
offered to put a demo version of, uh, trying to
remember, 100% Alcohol or something like that on it.
It was, TTBOMK, a cd-burning program. Hope that helps.
I never took advantage. Some really kewell fellow on
the list sent me a whole bloomin box of IRIX warez.
Sealed and all. Hot diggity.
--- David Holland <dholland at woh.rr.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-02-04 at 02:52 -0700, Andrew Warkentin
> > joe lobocki wrote:
> > >hello,
> > >I need help making backups of my valuable IRIX
> media. I have heard that you
> > >can use CDRWIN, and i did, which made a decent
> backup, except I couldnt boot
> > >from the copy, and CDRWIN wont work properly on
> my laptop. is there any good
> > >windows based program that would copy and image
> my IRIX media and keep them
> > >bootable? if none for windows, i do have ubuntu
> linux loaded, although not
> > >compatible with my network devices so it is
> rarely used and cant download
> > >things. thanks!!
> > >-Joe
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > The easiest way to dump them to images would be to
> use "cat /dev/cdrom >
> > image.iso" or similar in a shell under Linux.
> If you insist on Win32, I believe something called
> http://www.magiciso.com/ should read the disks
> completely. However, its
> shareware 30$. (I've not actually tried it /w Irix
> disks, so YMMV)
> But the Linux method is the free one. Just use
> something fairly
> modern /w read-write NTFS support (if you need it)
> in the rescue image,
> and do the cat/dd route.
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