On Sun, 9 May 2004, Julien Gabel wrote:
> >>> I am trying to copy some old Audio CD's. I have got an IDE CD
> >>> burner - configured as SCSI device 1,0,0 .
> >>> When I use
> >>> # cdda2wav -vall cddb=0 -D1,0,0 -B -Owav
> >>> - as recommended by THE handbook - only the first four tracks of
> >> The Handbook (16.3.2 Ripping CD Audio Tracks) just suggest the following
> >> syntax:
> >> # cdda2wav -D 1,0,0 -B
> > That one doesn't work either, but thanks for your hint to 16.3.2
> > (I only saw 12.5): Since I use an IDE CD player/writer I can
> > use
> > # cdda2wav -D /dev/acd0 -B
> So how do you wanted that the first command ever work ("-D1,0,0")?
> Additionally you can try to enable ATAPI devices to be accessed through
> the SCSI subsystem using atapicam(4) in your kernel, but this is not
> mandatory at all.
Actually I have got SCSI-"emulation" enabled. The background is
I found that burncd is unstable when trying to burn a bigger
number (10 or 12) of .wav's (don't know why, there's no problem
in writing a big .iso). So I tried cdrecord, which works
absolutely fine and very fast.
Thus I also tried cdda2wav via SCSI, but that failed.
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