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Ripping DVD in Debian Wheezy

I need to rip a DVD, to watch it later on a tablet or laptop. How can I do it? I would like to use a tool from the standard repositories. So far I tried only k3b, but it crashed.
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Questions regarding mounting CD-ROM on linux

I am trying to mount the dvd+rw drives in my Debian 7 PC. There are two drives and I can see that these exist in /dev: $ ls -la /dev/dvd* lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 3 Oct 26 07:47 dvd -> sr1 ...
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How can the Debian DVD .iso file be used to install software without a CD Drive or the Internet?

Question Background: I donot have a CD-Drive I downloaded Debian DVD Wheezy 64 Bit Installed Basic Utilities + Desktop by usb boot NOW I want to install more software Problem: apt-get install vlc ...
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1answer
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Rip chapters of a DVD to separate files

I have a DVD with cartoons for kids and there are a couple of episodes on every one of them. How can I rip them such that every episode is in a separate file? I think every episode is written as a ...
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How do I get DVDs to play in Debian?

I just installed Debian Live and movie or video DVDs do not play. Totem gives me this error: Could not read from resource. Opening the disk in VLC has no response. How can I play DVDs?
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Why does installing Debian from DVD download many packages?

I know Debian is general purpose, so a Debian install could just as easily be a server as a desktop. It seems, however, that even with a DVD of disk1 from Debian, it is downloading a tremendous number ...