having trouble with abcde

Lorenzo Prince lorenzo at prince.homelinux.org
Thu Mar 4 00:33:46 UTC 2004

Try putting yourself in group cdrom.  in /etc/group, add scott to the end of the cdrom group.  If there are already 
other users there, you will need ",scott".  /dev/scd0 needs to be owned by root and group cdrom and chmod 660.


Thus spake Scott Berry:
> Hi there list,
> I am having a problem with cdparanoia not wanting to read my cd rom drive.
> I have done as the manual suggested.  I chmoded the /dev/scd0 to 660 and I
> also chowned the user to scott thinking this might be a possible problem.
> However this is not working out too well.  I am including what I have done
> to get the error which is coming up next:
> abcde
> Getting CD track info... Grabbing entire CD - tracks: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
> abcde: attempting to resume from /public/music/ogg/cds/abcde.760d4c09..
> Grabbing track 1: Track 1...
> cdparanoia III release 9.8 (March 23, 2001)
> (C) 2001 Monty <monty at xiph.org> and Xiphophorus
> Report bugs to paranoia at xiph.org
> http://www.xiph.org/paranoia/
> Unable to open cdrom drive; -v will give more information.
> The following commands failed to run:
> readtrack-1: cdparanoia  returned code 1
> Finished. Not cleaning /public/music/ogg/cds/abcde.760d4c09.
> If anyone has a suggest I am opened.  One last thing here I have sym links
> from scd0 as /cdrom and /cdr.  However, at this time /cdrom and /cdr are
> the same drive as my regular cd rom drive went bye bye and haven't had a
> chance to replace it yet.  Thanks much for the help.
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