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Re: Mounting audio cds....

On Mon, May 10, 2004 at 03:25:09PM +1000, Tim Connors wrote:
> Marc Wilson <msw@cox.net> said on Sun, 9 May 2004 20:39:27 -0700:
> > No.  You don't mount audio CD's... they don't have filesystems on them.
> He he! Yes you can!

No, you can't.

> There is a cdfs patch lying around somewhere, such that you can mount
> a cd (I cna't rememeber what type you supply to mount - cdfs
> perhaps?). The audio tracks simply appear as .wav files, named 01.wav
> etc.

If you know so much, why haven't you applied it, then?  By the way, it's

> Why isn't such a beautiful creation in the mainline kernel? :(

Because people like you will use it for things it's not intended for.  Read
the description, note the limitations of it.

If you want to rip the disc, then rip the disc already.  There's no other
reason to do what you're trying to do.

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