Re: ripping tracks from a audio-cd
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- Subject: Re: ripping tracks from a audio-cd
- From: florian <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: 03 Feb 2003 19:36:14 +0100
- Message-id: <1044297374.617.7.camel@lisp>
- In-reply-to: <1043791087.13612.10.camel@lisp>
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sorry to bug you guys again with this. i was just wondering, if
really nobody has a idea about the problem, since i didnt get
any response.. like i said its definally not a copy protected
cd and it works perfectly on another machine..
> > On 28 Jan, this message from florian echoed through cyberspace:
> > > when i do this:
> > > cdparanoia -B -- "-3"
> > >
> > > i get this:
> > >
> > > /dev/cdrom exists but isn't accessible. By default,
> > > cdparanoia stops searching for an accessible drive here.
> > > Consider using -sv to force a more complete autosense
> > > of the machine.
> > >
> > > More information about /dev/cdrom:
> > > Checking /dev/cdrom for cdrom...
> > > Testing /dev/cdrom for cooked ioctl() interface
> > > /dev/scd0 is not a cooked ioctl CDROM.
> > > Testing /dev/cdrom for SCSI interface
> > > No generic SCSI device found to match CDROM device
> > > /dev/scd0
> > SCSI emulation for the CD, right? The above error message indicates that
> > you either have no SCSI-generic support in your kernel (sg devices), or
> > that you don't have access to them.
> yup. its scsi emulation. i got support for scsi-generic in the kernel
> though. im wondering though why it works perfectly for data cdroms. i
> can mount them any everything..
> and on another side: why doesnt it even work as root then?
> thanks alot in advance!