Port abcde and cdparanoia
bc979 at lafn.org
Thu Jul 12 07:11:40 UTC 2012
On 10 July 2012, at 00:59, Tijl Coosemans wrote:
> On 08-07-2012 10:48, Doug Hardie wrote:
>> I didn't get any response to this on freebsd-ports so thought I would
>> try here. I am not subscribed to this list so please include me as a
>> recipient. Thanks,
>> -- Doug
>> I am converting a system from 8.2 to 9.0 and have encountered a
>> significant problem with abcde and cdparanoia. On the new system,
>> both of them believe the CD is blank. Here is the output of
>> cdparanoia as its a bit more informative:
>>> master# cdparanoia -vsQ
>>> cdparanoia III release 9.8 (March 23, 2001)
>>> (C) 2001 Monty <monty at xiph.org> and Xiphophorus
>>> FreeBSD porting (c) 2003
>>> Simon 'corecode' Schubert <corecode at corecode.ath.cx>
>>> Report bugs to paranoia at xiph.org
>>> Checking /dev/cd0 for cdrom...
>>> CDROM model sensed: HL-DT-ST CDRW/DVD GCC4244 B101
>>> Checking for ATAPICAM...
>>> Drive is ATAPI (using ATAPICAM or direct CAM (S)ATA transport)
>>> Checking for MMC style command set...
>>> Drive does not have MMC CDDA support
>>> 003: CDROM reporting illegal number of tracks
>>> Unable to open disc. Is there an audio CD in the drive?
>> However cdcontrol has no problem obtaining the track list:
>>> master# cdcontrol -f/dev/cd0 info
>>> Starting track = 1, ending track = 6, TOC size = 58 bytes
>>> track start duration block length type
>>> 1 0:02.00 10:09.73 0 45748 audio
>>> 2 10:11.73 9:35.45 45748 43170 audio
>>> 3 19:47.43 6:48.08 88918 30608 audio
>>> 4 26:35.51 9:34.64 119526 43114 audio
>>> 5 36:10.40 8:01.63 162640 36138 audio
>>> 6 44:12.28 1:20.14 198778 6014 audio
>>> 170 45:32.42 - 204792 - -
>> I need to be able to rip the cd to mp3 format. I don't see anyway to
>> start that with cdcontrol. cdcontrol is also able to play the cd. I
>> have tried another drive and it gives exactly the same results. Any
>> ideas how to get around this?
> There's a new ATA driver in 9.0 and I believe there were a few bugs in
> its CD-audio support. They've been fixed in the upcoming 9.1 (expected
> end of August).
> In the mean time, the easiest solution would be to upgrade to 9-STABLE.
> Alternatively you could switch back to the old ATA driver but that's a
> bit tricky because it also changes your disk devices in /etc/fstab.
Thanks for the information. Since this system doesn't have any source on it (I planned to use freebsd-update for updates), I'll have to wait for 9.1 to arrive. In the meantime I still have an 8.2 system I can hang on to for doing that work. I was hoping to use it for other purposes, but that will just have to wait a couple months.
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