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[RELEASE] Luemmel's DVD-Ripper (Script) for Linux, Mac, and Windows
#16
Because the red-pill is a script you have to copy the tar file into your script direcrtory for the user.

If your user nanme is "user" you would copy the tar-file to /home/user/.xbmc/scripts/my scripts/

Now do untar the file inside the directory: tar xvf dvd-red-linux-0.4G.tar

Now you have the script on right place ..... Read on to make the ssh connection working
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#17
Hello to all users of my script .)

As you may see in the last few days I uploaded multiple releases
for the blue and red pill. At the moment the 2 releases share the
same number 0.4G.
The blue pill runs now dd as a hidden process ...

In a week I would like to make a public release 0.5A for Linux (red-pill).

- This release will have a EULA at startup witch has to be accepted
one time. After the confirmation of the so called EULA the screen
never shows again .

- Burning allready ripped iso's back to a dvd should work

- I also try to integrate 1-2 transcode Functions (vcd / svcd)

- I try to make the documentation of the tool "dummy-proof' Big Grin

- Allmost over 100 Downloads in the last days of my scripts make me happy

- A little bit more feedback would be great .... As long you don't say that my
script has wiped out your entire harddisk ..... (remember dd is dangerous ..)


Ok to all of you and I send the best wishes from switzerland
Hans
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#18
i assume your saw this; http://xbmc.org/devblogs/ - which is prob why you saw the spike in downloads Smile
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#19
Yes I saw the spike because on graphic is referenced .....

Over 3500 .... LOL

No , I mean donwload of the code (blue and red) ... there are a least 100 Donwloads in the last days ....

I think as a Linuxlummel ..... no news are good news.... nobody wiped the disk ...

LOL
Hans
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#20
I made a help to decide you what kind of pill you could use or not ...


http://code.google.com/p/luemmels-dvd-ri...EversusRED


edit: I hate this typos ... but excuse me ... my native language is german ....


Edit 2: I also made a feedback for users of my script ... please us it and give some feedback

http://code.google.com/p/luemmels-dvd-ri...i/Feedback

Without feedback it is difficult to develop any kind of programm ......
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#21
Hello to all ,-)

I'm stil working on release 0.5A (red-pill). All this transcoding things needs a little
bit more time than expected.

In the next red-pill there are a few things to come :

- shows at startup a EULA witch hast to be accpeted.
- If you accepted the EULA by the next start it is not displayed longer .
- transcoding to avi / svcd / vcd should work

As soon the release is ready I would like to inform here on this thread.

With the best greeting from the country of milk and honey ;_=
Hans

edit :

BTW:
Would someone like to have a function to transcode a dvd for playing on Cellphone ?
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#22
Hello ;_)=

There is still a need for a updatet list of countrys...

Could user around the globe please make a post like

1.) Where dvd copy is allowd.
2.) where dvd copy is allowd only if you dont break the css
3.) not allowed.



Number and country ....

Greetings Hans

There are at least 153 users of my script .....
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#23
linuxluemmel Wrote:Hello ;_)=

There is still a need for a updatet list of countrys...

Could user around the globe please make a post like

1.) Where dvd copy is allowd.
2.) where dvd copy is allowd only if you dont break the css
3.) not allowed.



Number and country ....

Greetings Hans

There are at least 153 users of my script .....

1.) Canada - Good to go

In Canada it is legal to download, make copies of media and record from TV for personal use only. You can't share / upload / sell the works that you have obtained without express permission of the copyright owner.

SO: You can make a backup copy of the 300DVD you purchased (or all 300 DVD's for that matter). You CAN also copy DVD's from Blockbuster for personal use. You CAN download from FTP and IRC, but you CANNOT (well... not allowed under Canada's copyright legislation) download through Torrents, because technically the torrent clients upload at the same time as you download the files; and you can not distribute copyright protected materials in whole or in part.

All this personal use stuff off the internet is allowed because Canada's copyright laws do not specify the source from which you can make copies of work that are protected by the copyright law. They can be CD's, DVD's, FTP, TV, IRC, ETC.

This is reinforced by the fact that we pay a copyright levy on all blank storage medium that we purchase. CDs, DVDs, MP3 players, Flash Chips, Hard Drives, the works. The levy goes into a fund to compensate artists for the personal use copying that people do in Canada. You pay this levy even if you are putting your own original content on the medium (pictures, family videos, etc).

So don't worry about having to get around the pesky copy-protection mechanisms on your DVDs. You are perfectly within your rights to make personal copies.

If you get sued I'm not taking responsibility though haha
The above is my interpretation of the opinion of the Copyright Board of Canada which has yet to be tested in court.
Just google the following: downloading+legal+canada for people who are still questioning..
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#24
8mycsh Wrote:1.) Canada - Good to go

In Canada it is legal to download, make copies of media and record from TV for personal use only. You can't share / upload / sell the works that you have obtained without express permission of the copyright owner.

ok thanks for the info .... I will update my homepage for country canada
on the legal side

As I see you have allmost the same law we have inside switzerland.

As long you dont upload a dvd to anywhere (ftp,cat,irc,share,p2p) it is legal
. We also pay a tax on every single blank media inside switzerland ....
We can download from anywhere we like ... as long we do not upload

Ok What about the land of Pirate Bay ?
Or Holland ?
Russia ?
Italy ?
Färöer ?

.....
Greetings from switzerland
Hans
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#25
Something I found regarding Europe copyright laws

http://www.euro-copyrights.org/index.php/

Finland
Effect on fair compensation for private copying

In Finland, to compensate right holders for the losses of private copying, a levy is paid for blank cassettes and similar recording media. According to the draft bill the levy is to be paid for all means on which content may be recorded. Technological measures may, however, affect the compensation for private copying (Section 26 a). According to the explanatory memorandum there shall be no levy on devices allowing the recording only of content protected by technological measures. To the extent a copyright owner has received licensing payment this may affect his right to a share of the levies.

Denmark
Can I lawfully make a copy for my personal use of a film on DVD or music on a CD, which I lawfully acquired?

Yes, you are allowed to do so unless the DVD or the CD is protected by a measure which makes it impossible to copy unless the measure is circumvented, which is the case as regards e.g. copy-protected CDs.

However, if you have borrowed or leased the DVD/CD from others, including from libraries or a video store, it is illegal to make a copy of it. Nor is it legal to copy a copy of a CD/DVD if you have got the copy from others.

Is it allowed to circumvent a copy-protection mechanism in order to make a copy for my personal use of a film on a DVD or of music on a CD?

No, it is illegal to circumvent the copy-protection mechanism, although it is legal to make a copy for your personal use. If a DVD or CD is copy-protected you are in other words excluded from legally making a copy for personal use.

Germany
In some European countries, it is either legal or at least not definitely illegal to make personal backup copies of a DVD. In Germany it is illegal to distribute any software capable of evading copy protection. In Norway the legality of breaking the CSS algorithm was tested in 1999, when the algorithm was made public by Jon Johansen. Mr Johansen cracked the algorithm in order to create a program to play DVDs on computer running the Linux operating system. He then posted his program code, DeCSS, on the Internet. The movie industry took Johansen to Court - and lost! In January 2003, the court ruled that Norwegian citizens were free to make copies of DVDs which they had bought legally.

http://www.bitwisemag.com/copy/reviews/s...tware.html
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#26
I have read somewhere that DVD CSS in NOT a copy protection but rather a
playback prevention.
So if you copy a DVD with only CSS-Protection (e.g. using DD) you also copy
CSS and dont bypass any copy protection. Eek

I think this can be discussed endlessly because the local rights are not always clear. - Nice thread anyway.
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#27
mcfan Wrote:I have read somewhere that DVD CSS in NOT a copy protection but rather a
playback prevention.
So if you copy a DVD with only CSS-Protection (e.g. using DD) you also copy
CSS and dont bypass any copy protection. Eek

I think this can be discussed endlessly because the local rights are not always clear. - Nice thread anyway.

Yes, of course .... but do for example the following ...
login to a german board and link directly to the homepage of the project.

Inside germany the master of the board including you would have a big problem
if some crazy nuts philadelphia lawyer would see your message with the link.
( ok some l..... are to stupid to piss a hole into the fresh snow.)

This happen allready in 2006 with a german puplisher called heise

Happy ripping ....
Hans
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#28
I had the script in the right location. Im getting the error NO WRITE ACESS.
I can't seem to get the terminal stuff working.

ssh-copy-id -i ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub user@localhost <--

When I use whoami i get xbmc

so I used ssh-copy-id -i ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub xbmc@localhost
error: /usr/bin/ssh-copy-id: ERROR: No identities found

i can't get any further than that. Im sure is something simple that I just don't get yet with permissions on LINUX.

guidence please Smile
HTPC SPECS:Samsung Series 850 58" PDP
[email protected] (full Screen)
XBMCLive : 10.00
HDD: 500GB WD Blue MOBO:P5n7a-VM
GPU: Geforce 9300/nforce 730i/PCI/SSE2
MEMORY: 2 GIG 1066MHZ DDR3 (single)
CPU: Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU E7500 @ 2.93GHz
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#29
NM.. I was doing it wrong.
HTPC SPECS:Samsung Series 850 58" PDP
[email protected] (full Screen)
XBMCLive : 10.00
HDD: 500GB WD Blue MOBO:P5n7a-VM
GPU: Geforce 9300/nforce 730i/PCI/SSE2
MEMORY: 2 GIG 1066MHZ DDR3 (single)
CPU: Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU E7500 @ 2.93GHz
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#30
newb2linux Wrote:I had the script in the right location. Im getting the error NO WRITE ACESS.

The error NO WRITE ACESS means you have no write-access or the
directory (default /dvdrip) doesn't exist.

On my own maschine /dvdrip is symlink to a very big ... big ... partitions

ERROR: No identities found
you don't created the key inside your home directory

Regards
Hans
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