Re: audiocd protocol yet again
On Wed, Jul 25, 2001 at 11:25:11PM +0200, Michael Schuerig wrote:
> I've seen that it has been asked before, but still I don't get the
> "audiocd:/" protocol to work. I get the error message "The file of
> directory / does not exist." I'm using ide-scsi and the sg module is
> loaded. It doesn't make a difference for this error message, whether
> /dev/sg0 is readable or not. Also, XMMS does work. I'm using an
> automounter for /cdrom (symlinked to /var/autofs/cdrom/cdrom), but this
> should not interfere.
I was having this same problem. I discovered that Paranoia uses
_two_ devices to work its magic. So, if your CD-ROM is on /dev/scd0,
Paranoia will want to use /dev/sg0 also. Permissions for both must,
of course, allow you read/write access. On my system, it was the sg
device that I couldn't get to; I changed its group to cdrom, which is
probably not completely kosher, but it works :)
I also tried telling audiocd to use /dev/sg0, but it didn't like that.
It worked when I put in /dev/scd0. It also worked for me with
auto-detection, and I have two CD-ROMs (one is a CD burner).
Michael Ashton <email@example.com>
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