On Sat, Sep 06, 2003 at 05:47:57PM -0400, Todd Stephens wrote:

> I have an ATAPI CD writer that I have on /dev/cd0c via atapicam.  It
> works fine for regular data use, but I can't seem to play an audio
> cd with it.  I have tried both xmcd and KsCD under KDE.  In both,
> the device used is the raw device /dev/rcd0c which has the same
> permissions and ownership as the regular /dev/cd0c device.
> With xmcd, the audio cd is at least recognized as the correct artist
> and album name is displayed, but it will not play.  Under KsCD, the cd
> information is not displayed, but it will at least let me push play.
> The only problem is that the counter stays at 00:00 and no audio comes
> out.
> Is there some other procedure that I need to do first to enable the
> playing of audio cd?  I thought about maybe adding /dev/rcd0c to the
> fstab file, but I don't know if that is the way to go about it.  Thank
> you for any assistance.

Set the device in your CD playing software to the ATAPI device, most
likely, /dev/acd0.

Glenn Johnson
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