playing audio cds
gnowak1 at uic.edu
Sun Nov 25 19:34:55 EST 2001
Maybe your cd-rom drive is not internally connected to your sound card?
On Sun, Nov 25, 2001 at 03:35:55PM +0000, randy turner wrote:
> hi adam and all,
> i checked all of my levels in alsamixer and they all are 100%
> workbone acts like it is playing the cd
> it counts up the tracks
> but there is no audio,
> i wonder if my cdrom that is built in to this computer is only a cdrom for
> computer files?
> are there any test that i can do to figure out what my problem is?
> thanks in advance
> On Sun, 25 Nov 2001, Adam Myrow wrote:
> > You don't need to mount audio CDs to play them. In fact, I don't think
> > there is any way to mount them. Just use a tool like workbone that comes
> > with Slackware, or any other CD player. You may have to set the device
> > that contains your CDROM (like /dev/hdc) to 666 permissions, but it
> > depends on the player, I think. Like I said, no need to mount audio CDs.
> > Hope that helps.
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