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Thread: DVDDecrypter/Wine DMA Problem?

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    mminutel NNTP User

    Default DVDDecrypter/Wine DMA Problem?

    After finally getting DVDDecrypter to work through WinE, it is only
    reading at around 1.5kB/s. I have an NEC-3550a drive that I know is
    capable of a lot higher than that. I checked the DMA settings on the
    drive in a terminal with hdparm -i /dev/sr0, and it is set to it's
    highest available setting (udma2). It works fine under OpenSUSE 11.1. I
    can burn DVDs and such. The problem, it seems, is only in DVDDecrypter.
    Anyone have any ideas?

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    caf4926 NNTP User

    Default Re: DVDDecrypter/Wine DMA Problem?

    Why bother with all this, when Linux has perfectly suitable

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    brunomcl NNTP User

    Default Re: DVDDecrypter/Wine DMA Problem?

    When I moved from windows I wanted to keep using the programs I was
    familiar with to backup DVDs with wine. I even had some success, but in
    linux this is easier. K3b have copied all video DVDs I tried to date.
    For backing up DL DVDs try k9copy, it can shrink the streams do fit a
    single layer DVD.
    There are also a bunch of other programs in packman's repository, do a

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