Has any adventurous soul managed to use an audio CD player
with a non SCSI CDROM? (IDE/ATAPI) Workman, xcd, xmcd and
the like have a very strong aversion to ATAPIs, or so I
gather from my dabbling with them.
Thank you for your reply, though, Ian.
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WorkMan works fine. The problem you may be facing is that theQuote:>Has any adventurous soul managed to use an audio CD player
>with a non SCSI CDROM? (IDE/ATAPI) Workman, xcd, xmcd and
>the like have a very strong aversion to ATAPIs, or so I
>gather from my dabbling with them.
Unless someone can correct me, of course...
Hmm, that's a bit odd. Talk to Sun, I guess.Quote:>Actually this is not the problem at all (at least not yet...) Workman
>just refuses to work with my otherwise perfectly functioning CDROM. It
ioctl(open("/dev/audio", O_RDONLY), AUDIO_GETDEV, &ad);
ad.name, ad.version, ad.config);
I get this output:Quote:}
What Solaris DU release are you running? Are you certain that you opened
Spot the obvious error,Quote:>What Solaris DU release are you running? Are you certain that you opened
if (a = open ("/dev/audio", O_RDONLY) < 0)
having successfully compiled your example, I was reduced to ``cc -E''
in the belief that I was picking up some duff values for O_RDONLY,
AUDIO_GETDEV or whatever and finally, by switching rapidly between
listings, to note the missing parens.
<sigh>, it's the sort of dumb mistake I haven't made for years and
bitterly recriminate my colleagues for not spotting --- it's time to
pack it all in. Anyone need an ageing gopher?
Looking for Non-SCSI cdrom player - xmcd and workman look to be SCSI
only... Something that runs under X.
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