Problem playing/ripping audio CDs in F7
Ok...nevermind this. It seems rebooting (on my laptop so far) has
solved this problem. I suppose it could be that I hadn't rebooted since
some recent updates, though I can only guess.
Mike Leahy wrote:
> Hello list,
> I'm not unfamiliar to playing and/or ripping audio CDs in Linux. I have
> done this a number of times using GRip and KAudioCreator on Fedora 6/7,
> with both my desktop and laptop. However, I just put one into my
> machine today and found that I can no longer play audio CDs on either of
> my machines running Fedora 7. At first I thought it was a problem with
> the CD, but I have the same problem with other CDs that I have
> successfully ripped before.
> If I look at the Audio CD in Konqueror, it seems that the file structure
> is already listed as a series of folders (CDA, Full CD, Information,
> MP3, and Ogg Vorbis), with the tracks identified as wav files, or linked
> as different file types in various sub folders. I've never noticed this
> before - could it be a source of the problem? I can copy the files from
> the 'MP3' folder in Konqueror, and it seems to be able to encode them
> that way, but would be preventing all other applications that use CDs
> from working?
> Thanks for any suggestions,
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