Re: cdparanoia rips all zeros
Thanks, Greg. cdda2wav is working much better.
I'd still be interested if anyone had insight into why cdparanoia would
suddenly and permanently stop working, right in the middle of a rip,
after months of flawless performance.
On Wed, 2004-07-14 at 22:17, Greg Folkert wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-07-14 at 21:31, John Krasnay wrote:
> > Howdy folks.
> > I'm using Debian/unstable on a Thinkpad T40 with a customized 2.6.6
> > kernel. I recently used grip to rip a CD and discovered that while the
> > first few track ripped fine, the remaining tracks were all silence. Any
> > subsequent rips I tried with any CD turned out to be silence. I even
> > tried just ripping to WAV using the cdparanoia command line, but the
> > resulting WAV files are all zeros (after what appears to be a small
> > header).
> > The cdparanoia FAQ says that this can happen with older versions, but of
> > course unstable gives me the latest.
> > Oh yeah, and I'm using the ATAPI interface, not the scsi emulation, so
> > /dev/cdrom -> /dev/hdc
> This is related to the same problems I have found with grip: