Subject: Re: Greetings
To: Daniel Seagraves <>
From: Robert Petty <>
List: port-dreamcast
Date: 01/10/2001 21:17:29
Exactly.  There are actually multiple ways of doing it nowadays.

But in the end, they all end up on your normal 650/700MB discs.


----- Original Message -----
From: Daniel Seagraves <>
Cc: <>
Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2001 9:48 PM
Subject: RE: Greetings

> > And then Commodore went broke, of course :)  Sega is trying to learn
> > the mistakes of other companies.  We're trying to figure out ways to get
> > this sort of developers to be mutually beneficial to the hackers and to
> > Sega.
> >
> I can definetely agree with this.  I despise code thieves.  Absolutely
> hate them.  Too much work goes into a program for some idiot with a
> CD-cloner to steal it and negate all your hard work.
> Question, though....  I thought GD-ROMs were in a special format?  How are
> the pirates duplicating them?  Or are they just taking the data off a GD
> and putting it on a CD?