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From: Uwe Bonnes <>
Subject: Dodsrip under Wine
Date: 1999/09/29
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Organization: TU Darmstadt
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I want to report that dodsrip ( to copy and descramble CSS-coded Video
(VOB)) file  from DVD movies  worked for me under wine and I was able to
play the file with powerdvd under vmware. I have yet to look at the problems
of powerdvd under Wine.


Uwe Bonnes      

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