Looking for Non-SCSI cdrom player - xmcd and workman look to be SCSI
only... Something that runs under X.
Bob Oesterlin, IBM AS/400 Division Dept 44Q, Rochester MN 55901
Phone: (507)-253-4528 (tie) 553-4528 ICBMNet: 44N 92.5W
I have seen it run quite well on a soundblaster pro CD-ROM (non-scsi)
A linux machine! because a 486 / ACCELERATE your Windoze NT box?
is a terrible thing to waste! / -9.8 m/s^2 works quite well!!!
You might want to try multimedia1.0 which is located at sunsite,
pub/Linux/apps/sound. It contains xplaycd, along with xmixer and
another x-app I forget now. I use it for audio cd's all the time with
a Panasonic/Matsushita 563 and it works fine. I wasn't able to get the
xmixer to work, but that may be due to my own laziness :). Hope this
"Isn't it pretty to think so."
use Linux; you'll feel better | Bill McCarthy |
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.