Re: cdbakeoven errors when burning multiple tracks

2004-01-11 Thread Paul Murphy
On Sat, 10 Jan 2004 17:32:39 -0800 (PST)
Alex [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I'm setting up cdbakeoven on FreeBSD 4.8 and I'm
 trying to burn a set of MP3 files to an audio CD.
 Everything works fine if I only burn a single track,
 but when I try to do more than one it appears to trip
 over itself when writing to the /tmp directory. Here's
 the results of dump, the error message seems to be
 on the last line with  no such file or directory...
 

[snip]

 Burn failed!
 

 I have been struggling with this same problem.

 The part that puzzles me is No read access for
'/usr/tmp/cdbo_audio_1_10_17_55_31.wav etc..'

 It doesn't seem to be a permissions problem because I too have run as
root plus changed permissions on everything to world readable.

Eric F Crist wrote:
 Do you have cdrecord installed?  It seems as if this program depends
 on it.  If so, make sure it's been installed to the directory that
 cdbakeoven expects it in.  If not, either create a link, or change the
 config for cdbakeoven.io 


[earth] /home/paul: which cdrecord
/usr/local/bin/cdrecord
[earth] /home/paul: which cdbakeoven
/usr/local/bin/cdbakeoven

 From cdrecord(1):
 To record a pure CD-DA (audio) at single speed, with each track
contained in a file named track01.cdaudio, track02.cdaudio, etc: 

 
cdrecord -v speed=1 dev=2,0 -audio track*.cdaudio 

 I wonder if the way cdbakeoven feeds multiple track names to cdrecord
is the problem? (note wild card)

 Anyway, keep me CC'ed if anyone has any solutions.

-- 
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Re: cdbakeoven errors when burning multiple tracks

2004-01-11 Thread Alex
Thanks for the response. Yes, I do have cdrecord
installed and everything seems to be in the correct
place:

u ~$ which cdrecord
/usr/local/bin/cdrecord
u ~$ which cdbakeoven
/usr/local/bin/cdbakeoven

If anyone can think of something I can do to correct
this problem I would be forever grateful.

Thanks,
Alex


On Saturday 10 January 2004 07:32 pm, Alex wrote:
 cdrecord: No such file or directory. No read access

Alex, 

Do you have cdrecord installed?  It seems as if this
program depends on it.  
If so, make sure it's been installed to the directory
that cdbakeoven expects 
it in.  If not, either create a link, or change the
config for cdbakeoven.

My .02
-- 
Eric F Crist
AdTech Integrated Systems, Inc
(612) 998-3588

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Re: cdbakeoven errors when burning multiple tracks

2004-01-11 Thread Gautam Gopalakrishnan
On Sun, Jan 11, 2004 at 12:54:40PM -0800, Alex wrote:
 Thanks for the response. Yes, I do have cdrecord
 installed and everything seems to be in the correct
 place:
 
 u ~$ which cdrecord
 /usr/local/bin/cdrecord
 u ~$ which cdbakeoven
 /usr/local/bin/cdbakeoven

Hi, Unless you insist on using cdbakeoven, you could just use
cdrecord to burn the audio CD:

# mpg123 -w 1.wav 1.mp3
# mpg123 -w 2.wav 2.mp3
# mpg123 -w 3.wav 3.mp3
# cdrecord -dao dev=... *.wav
# rm *.wav

Gautam

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cdbakeoven errors when burning multiple tracks

2004-01-10 Thread Alex
I'm setting up cdbakeoven on FreeBSD 4.8 and I'm
trying to burn a set of MP3 files to an audio CD.
Everything works fine if I only burn a single track,
but when I try to do more than one it appears to trip
over itself when writing to the /tmp directory. Here's
the results of dump, the error message seems to be
on the last line with  no such file or directory...

Compilation list contains 2 files.
Of those, 2 MP3 and 0 Ogg Vorbis file(s) will be
decompressed.
Starting to decompress MP3/Ogg Vorbis file(s)!
Decompressing 'Lost On The River' (1 of 2), percent
done:
100%
Decompressing 'piazza' (2 of 2), percent done:
100%
MP3/Ogg Vorbis file(s) decompressed successfully!
Starting burn process!
cdrecord: No such file or directory. No read access
for '/tmp/cdbo_audio_1_10_17_13_38.wav
/tmp/cdbo_audio_1_10_17_13_46.wav'.
Burn failed!

I am running as root, so permissions shouldn't be a
problem. The only thing in CDbakeOven I found that
looks like it could solve this is a filed under New
CD Settings labeled Image name. This is currently
set to cdboImage_DATE_trackname.iso, is there
something I can do here to solve the problem?

Thanks,
Alex


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Re: cdbakeoven errors when burning multiple tracks

2004-01-10 Thread Eric F Crist
On Saturday 10 January 2004 07:32 pm, Alex wrote:
 cdrecord: No such file or directory. No read access

Alex, 

Do you have cdrecord installed?  It seems as if this program depends on it.  
If so, make sure it's been installed to the directory that cdbakeoven expects 
it in.  If not, either create a link, or change the config for cdbakeoven.

My .02
-- 
Eric F Crist
AdTech Integrated Systems, Inc
(612) 998-3588

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