Usage: dcdump.sh [dreamcastIP]
- Downloads all tracks automatically using default dumping parameters
- Spins down GD-ROM drive when dumping is completed
- Prints GDI and file size/hashes to the terminal so that you can quickly compare info
- Generates postinfo.txt file with everything ready to go for a perfect post here at Dumpcast. Just write in your ringcode and paste into a new post.
or see the text of the script here if you can't download .sh files for whatever reason.
Saying "Win10" in the topic is slightly misleading -- on Windows 10 if you enable the "Windows Subsystem for Linux" feature and install the Ubuntu app for free from the Microsoft store, you can get a bash prompt that is compatible with this script. You may have to run "sudo apt install libarchive-zip-perl" to get crc32 functionality working, but all the other commands in this script should be compatible.
I've tested on OS X Mavericks, OS X Snow Leopard, and Ubuntu. On OS X, you will need to install wget first--the easiest way to do this is by using a package manager such as Homebrew, fink, or MacPorts. The hash generation code relies on OpenSSL so make sure that is installed too. Everything else should be standard on any common *nix distro.
Comments and suggestions welcomed. I will be happy to address any cross-platform issues to get it running on your system.