Re: XMMS can no longer play CDs [solved]
> > On 15.06.06 17:40, Bill Wohler wrote:
> >> As of the last update or two ago (etch), XMMS no longer plays CDs.
> Matus UHLAR - fantomas <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > It seems that you should add not /dev/cdrom, but the /cdrom/. The cd audio
> > player will substitute /cdrom/ for /dev/cdrom.
On 20.06.06 15:36, Bill Wohler wrote:
> Actually, it's weirder than that. The XMMS preferences for the CD
> specify a mount point of /media/cdrom0. If I enter a location of
> /media and *double-click* the cdrom0 item in the directory list, I get
> a list of tracks in the file list. These I can select, play, or add to
> the playlist. I couldn't find any keyboard way to select the cdrom0
> item and show the tracks.
> Now that I'm able to play a CD, I find that XMMS crashes after 2
> minutes of play. Oh well.
try using xmms-cdread, you can open directly the cdrom device with it.
with both libcdread and libcdaudio you can choose whether to read data and
play them (read cd data/digital audio extraction), or play cd audio directly
(analog, via cdrom-soundcard cable). IF one does not work, try using the
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