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    Help With K9copy

    Hi, can somebody help me with K9copy because it keeps crashing on me, your help is much apreciated.

    Cheers Kizzy

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    Re: Help With K9copy

    Quote Originally Posted by kizzyaggots View Post
    Hi, can somebody help me with K9copy because it keeps crashing on me, your help is much apreciated.

    Cheers Kizzy
    Crashing....When?
    Provide details please
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    Re: Help With K9copy

    Hi Carl, thanks for listening. K9copy does not respond on opening, it locks and freezes and I have no Idea what I am doing wrong, maybe you can help?

    Cheers Kizzy.

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    Re: Help With K9copy

    Open a terminal and type:

    Code:
    k9copy
    Then hit enter

    Is there any feedback in the terminal as k9copy opens?
    Post it here if there is
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    Re: Help With K9copy

    Entered, ctrl+alt+t............k9copy opens as normal.

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    Re: Help With K9copy

    Quote Originally Posted by kizzyaggots View Post
    Entered, ctrl+alt+t............k9copy opens as normal.
    Still not responding?
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    Re: Help With K9copy

    I am new to Ubuntu and i need some help with k9copy. I have searched the net on how to use k9copy without any success. The copy options on the software seem to be disabled and since I am new to this software I need a few simple directions. I have entered...

    sudo wget --output-document=/etc/apt/sources.list.d/medibuntu.list http://www.medibuntu.org/sources.list.d/$(lsb_release -cs).list && sudo apt-get --quiet update && sudo apt-get --yes --quiet --allow-unauthenticated install medibuntu-keyring && sudo apt-get --quiet update

    I entered that into the terminal with no luck at all, can somebody direct me please?

    Cheers Kizzy.

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    Re: Help With K9copy

    What version of Ubuntu?
    Are you trying to copy a DVD?

    Amongst other things it requires dvdauthor and vamps

    Do you have the k9copy assistant?

    All I do is insert the DVD
    Then press open on the menu
    It's reads the DVD
    Then you press copy
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    Re: Help With K9copy

    Hi Carl, I am using Ubuntu 11.10 and yes I am trying to rip a dvd to copy it.

    Thanks for being patient


    Cheers Kizzy.

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    Re: Help With K9copy

    Are you actually able to play the DVD?
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