On Sun, Jan 05, 2003 at 11:45:57AM -0500, Lowell Gilbert wrote: [...] > program that understands audio cd format, or (with ATAPI cd drives > only, I believe) you can use the acd<x>t<y> format, on a > track-by-track basis.
Yes, sort-of. For example, I just copied an audio CD by doing dd if=/dev/acd0t1 of=track1.raw bs=2352 dd if=/dev/acd0t2 of=track2.raw bs=2352 [...] burncd -f /dev/acd0c -smax -d audio track1.raw track2.raw ... But (at least I found that) it didn't produce a completely correct audio CD; there's something fishy with the TOC, I think. However, for my purposes it worked sufficiently well in all the devices in which I need the CD to work. But ... I only did it this way because cdda2wav, cdrdao, grip, etc, would not work at all for me. For the original poster - cdrdao has a "copy" option that you might find easier to use than cdda2wav. I don't think you'll see much of a difference in the resultant CD, though. -- If I could think of a two-line witty aphorism for you to remember me by, this would definitely be it. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-questions" in the body of the message