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I have one regular CD player and one CD R-W that show on the desktop as cd-rom and cd-rom1. One player is used for Knoppix and the second one I ...
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    XMMS Player no go


    I have one regular CD player and one CD R-W that show on the desktop as cd-rom and cd-rom1. One player is used for Knoppix and the second one I want to use to play CD's.

    I execute XMMS player and the CD doesn't load in the player. But when I check preferences and configure to check the drive it shows the cd-rom1 is ok and the disc has 8 tracks and the directory is ok.

    I have switched drives to load Knoppix and it makes no difference in how this works.

    Anyone have a thought on how to conncet XMMS to play?

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    Try using the command-line utility cdp:
    Code:
    cdp

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    XMMS reply to Lakerdonald

    3.8 does not have cdp
    should have kept last version just to see if it was there.
    Guess this is one hole I won't fill....................

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