On Thu, Feb 27, Thomas Widlundh wrote:
torsdag 28 februari 2002 05:19 skrev Michael Fischer:
Having this problem on two different machines,
8.0. A different 7.1 installation has no problem.
Xmms and Grip both do not find any files in /cdrom
with an audio CD in the tray.
Permissions on /cdrom, and the devices pointed to are
identical between the machine where the audio CD is found,
and machines where they are not.
In xmms, try to right click on a free black area and chose "Play address...
Then write: /dev/cdrom (or /dev/dvd if you've got a dvd drive).
/dev/dsp might work too.
using /dev/hdc or /dev/cdrom indeed got xmms to find an
"Unknown/audio cd", but it wouldn't play it. Yes, I made
sure I had an cdplayer pluggin selected.
An audio CD contains no files in the normal file
aspect. It contains tracks,
what I know of.
Yes, but usually it will find the disc in the tray (or mountpoint,
I suppose I should say).
If you want them as files you have to rip the track
from the CD. They will be
saved on the hdd as wav-files. Use KOnCD for this - the Rip-button.
You can play such wav-files with anything. You perhaps have a program wich
Grip, which is what I really want to use here, consistently reports
"No Disc". When using the -d option, only -d /cdrom will prevent it
from displaying the warning window that it cannot open the CD device.
Thanks for the suggestions. Any others?
Michael Fischer Happiness is a config option.
michael(a)visv.net Recompile and be happy.