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CDemu can be [[pacman|installed]] with package {{Pkg|cdemu-client}}, availale in [[official repositories]].
CDemu can be [[pacman|installed]] with the package {{Pkg|cdemu-client}}, available in the [[official repositories]].
Due to [http://cdemu.org/news/ upstream developer's decision] cdemu no longer uses {{Pkg|libdaemon}} and instead utilizes [[dbus]] for communication with {{Pkg|cdemu-client}}. This broke the package in the official repository which currently lacks of a maintainer. {{AUR|cdemu-daemon-fixed}} in [[AUR]] was created as a quick fix for the problem and should be used until the official package is fixed. See {{Bug|26534}} for additional details.}}
{{Note|Both packages (in AUR and community) contain daemon script '''cdemud''' in {{Ic|/etc/rc.d/}}, but it is hardly useful together with dbus. See {{Ic|man cdemu}} {{Ic|man cdemud}} for details.}}

Revision as of 10:26, 22 January 2013

zh-CN:CDemu CDemu is a software suite designed to emulate an optical drive and disc (including CD-ROMs and DVD-ROMs). It enables you to use other disk image formats that contain more than just the standard ISO-9660 filesystem, for instance .bin/.cue, .nrg, or .ccd images. mount can directly handle only .iso disc images (which contain a single filesystem), but many images contain multiple sessions, mixed data/audio tracks… In short, cdemu enables you to mount nearly any kind of image file with ease.


CDemu can be installed with the package cdemu-client, available in the official repositories.


There are several GUIs available in the AUR.

  • GTK/Gnome: gcdemuAUR is the official GTK version, which also provides a GNOME panel applet.
  • KDE: kde-cdemu-managerAUR is the KDE equivalent which also integrates with Dolphin's Actions menu when right clicking an image file.


Loading a single image to first device:

# cdemu load 0 ~/image.mds

Loading multiple-file image to first device:

# cdemu load 0 ~/session1.toc ~/session2.toc ~/session3.toc

Loading a text-based image in non-ASCII/non-Unicode encoding:

# cdemu load 0 ~/image.cue --encoding=windows-1250

Loading an encrypted image with password provided as an argument:

# cdemu load 0 ~/image.daa --password=seeninplain

Unloading first device:

# cdemu unload 0

Displaying device status:

# cdemu status

Displaying device mapping information:

# cdemu device-mapping

Setting daemon debug mask for the first device:

# cdemu daemon-debug-mask 0 0x01

Obtaining library debug mask for the first device:

# cdemu library-debug-mask 0

Disabling DPM emulation on all devices:

# cdemu dpm-emulation all 0

Enabling transfer rate emulation on first device:

# cdemu tr-emulation 0 1

Changing device ID of first device:

# cdemu device-id 0 "MyVendor" "MyProduct" "1.0.0" "Test device ID"

Enumerating supported parsers:

# cdemu enum-supported-parsers

Enumerating supported fragments:

# cdemu enum-supported-fragments

Enumerating supported daemon debug masks:

# cdemu enum-daemon-debug-masks

Enumerating supported library debug masks:

# cdemu enum-library-debug-masks

Displaying daemon and library version:

# cdemu version