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what is the recommended way to rip PS2 games in Linux?
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While I could reboot into windows and use Imgburn (or install Imgburn with Wine), I'd rather use a native Linux method of ripping my games.
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#2
k3b work fine. I guess any burning sw could create an iso. Dd work too (but migth need the size of the block)
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#3
K3b is the best for everything in Linux, also xfbur is not bad either Smile
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PS2 images are pretty much standard ISO images, and can be made with any program that will make a normal Mode 2048 ISO from a disc. They are not like Dreamcast games or to a lesser extent PS1 and Saturn games which often had more complex structures (just as a side note).

Cdrtools/cdrkit or cdrdao can all do it pretty easily if you want a commandline option. dd probably would work as well as Greg mentioned.
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