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I'm having some problems on Fedora Core 1 with reading and extracting music audio files. It complains about a bad or non-valid file system ... actually it just says 'FS' ...
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    What FS type does a standard music audio CD use?


    I'm having some problems on Fedora Core 1 with reading and extracting music audio files. It complains about a bad or non-valid file system ... actually it just says 'FS' but I;m assuming it means FileSystem?

    What type of file system does an audio CD use? In my fstab file it says udf and iso9660 for the CD-ROM file systems ... must I add another for the audio CD FS?

    thanX,

    Jacques

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    How are you trying to rip the audio files? And do you have the cdrom drive mounted?
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    You cannot mount a sound cdrom.. Use cdaparanoia or ripperX (frontend) to rip music off it. tcd to play directly off the cdrom.

    Good luck

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    It may not help, but you can checkout http://www.sonicspot.com/guide/fileformatlist.html for audio formats.
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