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    Does anyone know of a program like dvd decrypter for linux?
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    DVD::Rip. If you want a DVDShrink, then K9Copy.
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    Ive tried dvd rip but I couldnt find a decrypter?

    and no matter what I do in dvd rip I keep getting an error sayiong that it couldnt create an IFO did you specify a mount point for your DVD drive.

    I have specified a folder for the mount point and it says OK in preferences.

    K9copy gives broken pipe fatal error no such directory
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    For DVD backup, there are other programs in addition to k9copy.

    There is the kde application Molphin (I haven't tried this myself yet):
    http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=35919

    Another program is klvemkdvd
    http://lvempeg.sourceforge.net/klvemkdvd.html

    From command line, there is also lxdvdrip:
    http://developer.berlios.de/projects/lxdvdrip

    Another program (ldvd):
    http://ldvd.sourceforge.net/?page=download
    http://ldvd.sourceforge.net/?page=screenshots

    To simply rip the dvd to your hard drive, there is dvdbackup:
    http://dvd-create.sourceforge.net/

    or vobcopy
    http://vobcopy.org/projects/c/c.shtml

    or dvdrippper
    http://www.ratedo.com/projects/dvdripper.html

    also consider gvdvdenc (for ripping dvds and saving as avi files (mpeg4)):
    http://sakya.altervista.org/gbdvdenc/index_eng.html

    There are also many more ....

    Good luck in finding what you need.
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