[Cdrecord-support] cdrecord backend ripper for Grip
Joerg.Schilling at fokus.fraunhofer.de
Thu Sep 24 19:34:55 CEST 2009
clarkddc <clarkddc at gmail.com> wrote:
> If this post is off-topic, then please recieve my apologies. I've done some
> googling, and have not found an answer to my dilemma. I running Solaris
> (Nevada b121), on the x86 platform. I've build Grip from an SFE spec file.
> The stock cdrecord supplied by Sun is installed. When it's time to rip the
> cd, the ripper skips each track, creates the necessary directory structure
> for the files, however no files are ripped. I've also tried downloading and
> buidling the latest cdrtools source (alpha 65). In this case the behaviour
> is slightly different. I see negative values for the rip progress of each
> track. But there are no files being ripped. Has anyone overcome this issue?
> Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
If you don't send information about your problem, it is hard to help you...
You did e.g. not mention whether you used cdda2wav at all.
You should first call:
cdda2wav -N -e -B
This should play the entire disk via the audio system.
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