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Patching air gapped RHEL 6.x systems at remote sites

I need to provide the means to patch red hat systems at remote locations that do not have internet connections. My original plan was to reposync the RHEL-workstation repository and throw that along ...
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Why does gedit need libbluray?

Pardon me if this is something that "everybody knows," but gedit (the gnome gui text editor) has a dependency on libbluray. I've googled and read the release notes for gedit, with no luck, and I can'...
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Second session written to BD-R disc using -Z flag of growisofs instead of -M. Can first session be made visible?

On Ubuntu Linux, I wrote files to a BD-R using growisofs, per: growisofs -Z /dev/sr0 -R -J -f -graft-points ... Then I wanted to add more files, but I was not paying enough attention, I ran ...
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FreeBSD and DD a Blu-Ray Disk

How do I mount a Blu-Ray Movie Disk in FreeBSD 10? I don't need to decrypt the disk, I just need to access the data and copy it to an ISO files so I can transfer the image to another a windows ...
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How do I get to know my optical drives read and write capabilities?

I want to learn which media my optical device can read and write to?
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What about hfs+ file system, `k3b` iso's and `growisofs` makes my blu-ray disk a coaster?

I backed up my MacBook using a Blu-ray burner on my CentOS server. When I try to mount the Blu-ray disk, $ mount -t hfsplus /dev/sr0 /mnt/bluray I get the error, mount: no medium found on /dev/sr0 ...
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Open HDMV PGS subtitles in GNU/Linux

I wanted to know if there's any software in GNU/Linux which can read BluRay subtitles (HDMV PGS). I'm not talking about making an OCR to convert them to SRT like everyone asks, but just reading them ...
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Debian blu-ray and dvd both have 3 disks, what is the purpose of the blu-ray discs?

I tried to download the Debian "testing" (aka "stretch) install media that is blu-ray because I wanted a one disk solution. When I went to the Debian site to download the blu-ray disk... there was 3 ...
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Installed Blu-Ray/DVD drive over SATA 3 link, no longer able to boot

I'm having a really weird problem after installing a new Blu-Ray/DVD drive last night into a SATA 3 port on my desktop. My installed Linux distribution (Ubuntu 12.04/elementary Luna/kernel 3.7.5) ...
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Debian Jessie unable to read blu-ray

I've just installed a Pioneer BDC-207DBK blu-ray drive into my Debian Jessie media/file server. The idea being I want to rip my DVD/Blu-ray collection to the hard drives and access them from within ...
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How to extract the WAV tracks from Blu-ray or DVD-Audio discs?

I would like to find a way to rip the WAV tracks (LPCM 2.0, 192kHz, 24-bit) from a Blu-ray Audio or a DVD-Audio disc using Linux. (Once extracted, it should then be a breeze to encode the audio tracks ...
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Can XBMC play Blu-Ray disks?

Can XBMC play Blu-Ray disks without other steps (e.g. manually decrypting it - if I buy a Blu-ray movie, can it be played out of the box)?
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Best practices for writing Blu-Ray discs on Linux

I recently bought a Blu-Ray writer and am wondering how to best write the discs. The scenario is: I have a directory full of files and want to put them on the disc, read them back once to verify, and ...