Subject: Re: pkg/24810: unwanted file output, cdda2wav
To: Jeremy C. Reed <>
From: None <>
List: netbsd-bugs
Date: 03/16/2004 21:56:48
Thank you for your explaination.
yeas I understand now.
 Think the pr is closed by this.

On 16-Mar-2004 Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
> This a cdda2wav issue and not related to NetBSD or the NetBSD
> package. cdda2wav by default writes to a file. This the expected
> behaviour.
> Notice the "-e" switch as documented in man page says it copies data to
> sound card while recording so you hear it simultaneously. This implies
> that it saves to file by default.
> The man page also says: "To use cdda2wav as a pseudo CD player without
> recording in a file you could use cdda2wav -q -e -t2 -d0 -N to play the
> whole second track."
> If you don't want to write to a file, look at the man page and read about
> the "--no-write" option.
> On Tue, 16 Mar 2004 wrote:
>> Myabe there is/are some better solotion??
> NetBSD comes with "cdplay". Maybe use it instead.
> May I close this PR?
>    Jeremy C. Reed

Date: 16-Mar-2004
Time: 21:51:24

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