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Re: "Burn" CD audio to a file

If you are just trying to listen to music it would by far be easiest and 
simplest to rip the cd tracks into ogg vorbis or mp3 formats.  There are 
many programs to facilitate this.  Apt-cache search ripper,  apt-cache 
search ogg... etc.  if you aredetermined to be odd.... 
it is possible to rip an ISO image of the audio cd using cdrdao.  it is 
also possible to mount said cd image into your filesystem. You may have 
to make a seperate iso for each track.  I don't know.   run a 
google search for "linux loopback mount howto" and I'm sure you'll run 
into something.  you will then need an application that reads cd audio 

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