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SubjectRe: Reading Windows CD on Linux 2.4.6
"Richard B. Johnson" wrote:
>
> Okay. That's good. The guy that asked to get the image to find out what
> was happening can probably use a small piece of that to find out what
> is going on. It probably is a CD data + Music image where the first
> readable stuff is data, followed by a music image.
>
> You can try cdda2wav -D0,4,0, -B. You will probably get some *.wav files.
>

I cannot find the cdda2wav command on my system. Also, my disks only
have data on them, not music.

Thanks,
Bruce
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Mission Critical Linux, Inc. blinn@MissionCriticalLinux.com
www.MissionCriticalLinux.com
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