Subject: playing audio CD's by tracks via SCSI CD-ROMs
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Ken Hornstein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/24/1994 04:39:18
I'm been trying to get my new CD-ROM drive to play audio CD's (it's one of
those NEC MultiSpin, model 510, I think). Oh, before I forget, this is my
NetBSD 1.0 (EXCALIBUR) #4: Mon Oct 24 01:51:40 EDT 1994
(supped to Oct 20th, I think).
All of the CDIOC* ioctls work, as far as I can tell, _except_ for the
CDIOCPLAYTRACKS ioctl. What's even more strange is that CDIOCPLAYMSF works
fine. I can query everything about CD's in the drive, play audio by using
minute-second timings ... just by track.
When I try to play out a track, I get the following debug output (this is
cd0(bt0:6:0): command: 48,0,0,0,3,1,0,3,63,0-[0 bytes]
code70 valid0 seg0 key5 ili0 eom0 fmark0
info: 0 0 0 0 followed by 10 extra bytes
extra: 0 0 0 0 24 0 0 0 0 0
Here I'm trying to play everything from track 3, index 1, to track 3, index 99
(which according to the SCSI-2 spec should mean the end of the track), but
the actual numbers don't matter, because the error is still the same.
Reading some of the SCSI-2 spec reveals the following:
"key5" means ILLEGAL REQUEST.
The 24 in the extra sense bits (which is actually the "additional sense data")
means "INVALID FIELD IN CDB". Now I'm stumped. I don't know what field in the
control data block is bad; there are plenty of tracks on that disc, and any
combination of numbers yields the same results.
I didn't want to file a bug report yet, as I'm not sure it's a NetBSD problem.
FWIW, I see the exact same error when trying to use an older NEC CD-ROM drive
of an unknown model.
Has anyone got CDIOCPLAYTRACKS working? If so, I'd love to hear from you!
Any hints/suggestions are welcome.