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You can use PowerISO  to copy disc to another disc from Linux command line or a batch file. If the source drive and destination drive are the same, PowerISO  will read source disc content into a temporary file, eject the source disc, and prompt you to insert the new disc. You can also set other options using command switches. 

Usage: poweriso copy-disc <source drive:> <destination drive:> [-switches]

<Switches>

  • -verify: Verify written data after burning.

  • -eject: Eject disc after burning.

  • -speed <nn>:  Set the burning speed. For example, -speed cd10x, -speed dvd8x, or -speed bd2x.

  • -create-temp-file-for-copy:  Create temporary file to cache source disc before copying disc.

 

Example: Copy disc to to another disc. both the source disc and the destination disc are all in the drive /dev/sg2. Verify written data after burning.

Command: poweriso copy-disc /dev/sg2 /dev/sg2 -verify

 

 

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