I have a problem mounting audio CD when using mount command, the return error is as follows:
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/cdroms/cdrom0, or too many mounted file systems
just so y'all know, my fstab has been configured as iso9660. I can mount any CD except audio CD, and DVD.
does anyone know the workaround to this problem?
much thanks ahead!
You can't mount audio cd's, I'm afraid....there is no support for the filesystem that audio cds use (redbook?). If you're ripping them they still don't need to be mounted...to mount DVD you'll need to change your ftsab entry, or make another one - they mostly use udf as far as I know.
There's loads of good docs at tldp.org that explain all this.
I have a problem mounting audio CD when using mount command
Sounds like you used to use BeOS for a time
Hey, don't moch, I loved it while it was a Be Inc thing.
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I just went through this so I'll tell you what I did.
I used xmms. Open up xmms and Press Ctrl+P to open up the preferences dialogue. Click on the CD Player Plug-In and then click on the Configure button. Enter the info into the Device text (for me it was /dev/cdroms/cdrom0) and in the Directory (for me it was /mnt/cd). If you haven't yet you will need to create the folder in /mnt/ (mkdir /mnt/cd). After all of that. Close xmms and open the CDRom drive. Put in an audio cd. close the drive. Open up xmms and then push play. The "Play Files" dialogue open up. Browse to /mnt/cd and choose the tracks. Press play.
Hope that helps
hey luke!, thanks for the advice, it works!
unfortunately, the sound is too soft, and eventhough i have max-ed out the volume, the music is still too soft. any particular output lib we should use? i'm currently using arts output to playback all the mp3 format.
Sorry, can't help you there, as I am useing alsa as well. You could check your settings for alsa and make sure that all the volumns are up. Try "alsamixer" from a terminal.
That's all I know.