On 01/05/03 05:36 PM, Chris Hill sat at the `puter and typed: <SNIP> > > 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. > > I had trouble with that usage as well. The resulting CD would not > *start* playing in my audio CD player, but gave me a flashing "00:00" on > the front panel. If I fast-forwarded enough to get past the beginning of > the first track, it was fine. I was able to get a proper CD by not using > DAO, thusly: > > burncd -f /dev/acd0c -s 40 audio track1 track2 track3 track4 fixate > > It seems like it should be possible to pipe the output of tosha into > burncd, but I have not experimented with this yet; just bought the > burner yesterday.
I used this, and it creates a CD that works fine in the Computer, but when I take it into my truck and pop it in the CD player, it doesn't work. Any idea why? I know I could just use the original in the truck, but when it gets hot in the summer, I'd be a lot less upset to have the backup melted than the original. I also noticed that none of the CD Text info gets saved, nor can the CDDB info be determined. Is there any way to preserve that info? TIA Lou -- Louis LeBlanc [EMAIL PROTECTED] Fully Funded Hobbyist, KeySlapper Extrordinaire :) http://www.keyslapper.org ԿԬ Hempstone's Question: If you have to travel on the Titanic, why not go first class? To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-questions" in the body of the message