Am Dienstag, 15. Januar 2008 schrieb Donn:
> My friend bought me a Mozart CD on the EMI Classics label. I eagerly loaded
> it into Kubuntu and it comes up in Konqueror with all kinds of autorun
> Windowsy looking stuff. No actual music files that I can find.
> It says it's "Copy controlled"
this comes from the M$ data track.
The data track is not compatible with CDDA Standard.
This is not a pure CDDA standard CDDA. It's a hybride junk.
The CDDA standard compatible tracks are mostly placed behind
the CD-Rom Data track, which is containing the DRMjunk.
Some of the Programs in the CD-Rom track may infect a silly
windoze system with Root-Kits, such as Sony did last years.
The Sony Root-Kit made unwanted changes to a running
windoze and destroyed some systems and mad such systems
Best method to deal with all kind of "copy protected" faked CD-Audios
is not to buy and return them to your dealer as warnty claim, "it does not work".
In some contries is dealing around such a shameful copy protection
strictly forbidden by industry bought laws. (like in germany, bana republic)
But if you try a simple CDDA Player Application on the disc, it should run
fine playing the pure CDDA tracks, ignoring the CD-Rom tracks.
Such applications are:
CDDA Device Control Application on
kscd - makes your CD-Drive act as CD-Player, but the Audio signal from the device shoud be connected
to your sound CD-In device and the mixer (kmix) should open a audio channel...
Software CDDA Players are
amarok (much more than a CDDA Player!, IMHO Best Application for muci collectors and fans at all)
xine - does read the CDDA Track by software and plays it thru the sound device
vlc - does read the CDDA Track by software and plays it thru the sound device
and there are much more ...
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