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SubjectRe: Nasty bug in SBPCD or CD layers
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Alan Cox (alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk) wrote:

: %mount /mnt/cdrom
: %cdp
: [starts playing the cd as an audio cd - doesnt fail....]
: %ls /mnt/cdrom
: [Errors...]

I suspect it is a "mixed" CD with one data (the first) and several
audio tracks?

: It takes an eject by the cdp program to get the drive back sane.

Which is "the cdp program"? What is it doing with the driver during play?

What do you think is the "unsane" aspect?
Which would be a "sane" behavior? Not to allow audio playing while the
data track is mounted, or just to abort the audio playing if a data access
occurs?

Cheers -e
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