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  1. #11
    mugs
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    Re:Burn a CD

    Ok, well I used hdc when I added that line to lilo and Iwas able to write a regular file.

    My writer says it was sr0. So should I use sr0 or hdd?

    As far as mp3, in Eroaster, it says it is converting them and it never does anything, in KONCD it gives me an error.

    How do I get to the XMMS diskwriter?

  2. #12

    Re:Burn a CD

    mugs,

    Please read all of this post. It may help you out. Bogler, and I spent some time getting this working one time. Maybe something in our post will help you.

    http://www.getlinuxonline.com/yabbse...did=57;start=0
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    Western Digital WDC WD800BB-00CAA1 80GB 7200 rpm ATA/133
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  3. #13
    mugs
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    Re:Burn a CD

    :-[ Still cannot burn an Audio CD! I installed the latest version of CDBAKEOVEN and although I cannot open the preferences dialog, it converts the mp3's for the burn process, but then ejects the CD because of errors. I would like to hear a good suggestion from someone who burns audio. Thanks.

  4. #14

    Re:Burn a CD

    my good suggestion is to use xmms diskwriter
    whatdoyougetwhenyoumultiplysixbynine??

  5. #15
    mugs
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    Re:Burn a CD

    I cant find that plugin (I searched all over)...do you know where I can get it?

  6. #16

    Re:Burn a CD

    Its better to regret something you have done than to regret something you havent done :P

  7. #17
    mugs
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    Re:Burn a CD

    Thanks, I did look on Google, and on the XMMS site, but I guess not thoroughly enough :P

  8. #18

    Re:Burn a CD

    i am not sure that i fully understand what the issue is here. you should be able to use cdrecord to do all of this without exception. this sounds more like a software issue now to me...

  9. #19

    Re:Burn a CD

    cdrecord will only write audio cds if you use wavs
    whatdoyougetwhenyoumultiplysixbynine??

  10. #20

    Re:Burn a CD

    interesting, this is in the manual too.

    It is not possible to put the master image of an audio track on a raw disk because data will be read in multiple of 2352 bytes during the recording process. If a filename ends in .au or .wav the file is considered to be a structured audio data file. Cdrecord assumes that the file in this case is a Sun audio file or a Microsoft .WAV file and extracts the audio data from the files by skipping over the non audio header information. In all other cases, cdrecord will only work correctly if the audio data stream does not have any header. Because many structured audio files do not have an integral number of blocks (1/75th second) in length, it is often necessary to specify the ?pad option as well.


    apparently it is the header that makes the true difference

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