There was no way of bringing the read DVD back into the k9copy interface.I saw what would seem to be the right folder in /tmp/kde-nalmeth, but the files were way to small to be right. I'll try to file a bug if this isn't fixed in the newer version. When I went through copying the disk again, I saved it "locally" in my /home.Then to my suprise a window pops up saying "Burning to DVD".:confused::confused: This threw me off, because typically that would mean you're burning to a DVD. I saw that my drive wasn't trying to do anything, and knew I already had a written disk in the drive, so I left it. Suffice to say, I really think the wording of the saving window should be "Ripping to .iso", or just "ripping". And as I said I think the Open button should be more clearly related to READING THE DISK.It seems to do fine on older dvd's, but I have had Zero success on anything new.For that, I would have to use DVDFab Decrypter for Windows.__________________________________________________ Kouya and foxy123, to fix the issue with running K9Copy in Gnome, run the following command: sudo ln -s /usr/local/kde/bin/k9copy /usr/local/bin/k9copy I updated the wiki to address this problem. But still I would prefer to run it as a normal user.__________________________________________________ foxy123, I'm afraid I'm not sure about your error message. I just re-installed ubuntu and can't get k9copy working again.
There must be a better icon to use for that, and it should be called READ DISK or something, to be more obvious. When I tried to save the file to my media drive, I was told that I can only save files locally, and the window closed.
Even DVDShrink, and DVD Decrypter are choking on anything new.
I just wanted to add, you might want to try the current version of k9copy (1.0.4).
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I guess all in all it's just a bit of an immature interface. I like how you can burn the shrunken image right in the same interface, but since I don't have a working burner ATM I haven't been able to test it.