> Correct me if i am wrong, I belive this goes for VCD's and DVD's also.

consider yourself corrected.

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> Subject: Re: Music CDROM - Wont even read Music CD
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> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
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>> Sorry must not have been clear. The Music CD's data does not even show
>> up.
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>> Data CD like FreeBSD 5.0 or Office do show up. I tried 10 or 12 CD's
>> with
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>> music and got the same error.
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>> They mount at startup so I am not mounting the CD drive.
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>>
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>> Very odd!
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> Not at all. To repeat: Music CDs do *not* get mounted.
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> The error you're getting is telling you that there is not ISO 9660
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> filesystem on the CD, which is true; ISO 9660 is the format for data
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> CDs, and is *not* used for music CDs.
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> You just use a CD-playing application, and you do *not* attempt to
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> mount music CDs.
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>> > On Mon, 17 Feb 2003 10:10:16 -0800, <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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>> >> [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote on 02/16/2003 09:18:38
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>> >>
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>> >>> No need to mount them to paly music. Just need a cd player app.
>> XMMS
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>> >>> or
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>> >> gRip
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>> >>> work nicely in Gnome, workbone is probably best from teh console.
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>> >>>
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>> >>> Adam
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>> >>
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>> >> Workman is another X11 audio cdplayer that works well.
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>> >> --
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>> >> Chip
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>> >
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>> > Just to mention 2 others (very compact, will run from the "slit" in
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>> > Blackbox or the equivalent in Windowmaker and Afterstep): ascd,
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>> > wmcdplayer.
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>> > Jud
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cdcontrol(1), which is part of the base system is usually the easiest I
find, i.e.

cdcontrol -f /dev/acd0c info (or play, or stop or whatever)

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