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How to rip .VRO files from DVD video recorders
Authored by: fredrikw on Nov 30, '06 09:48:58AM
First of all, to me it seems like the OP said that he couldn't solve the problem in the terminal, but needed to use Toast... So I think you could drop your problems with the Terminal for this time.

To adress your questions, it seems like you forgot the <space> after the cd command. It should look like sudo cd /Volumes/... not sudo cd/Volumes/...

The cd command means change directory, so after a succesfull run, you should get your normal prompt but now you are located in a different directory and can look at its content with the command ls. I recommend the UNIX FAQ that can be found in the forums! (


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