How do I unite cd1 to cd2? Is Kino the tool?

Matthew Flaschen matthew.flaschen at
Thu Jan 15 06:35:42 UTC 2009

Steven Vollom wrote:
> Does any of this sound familiar to you?  

I don't really use that interface very much.  You just have to somehow
figure out the path of the files.  How did you download them (that
program may know the filenames)?
> When you wrote 'file cd1 cd2', I assumed you thought I knew how to use the 
> terminal and would expect me to write the address of the files and their 
> individual names to have the konsole locate them for you.  Is that correct?  

You said they were called cd1 and cd2.  Thus, all you have to do is cd
(change directory) into the directory where they are, then run:

file cd1 cd2

like I said.

> If that is the case, would I enter something like this: 'O Jerusalem I' 'O 
> Jerusalem II'.

Are those the names of the files?

  I don't think the titles of the files have anything
> connecting the 'O' from 'Jerusalem' so I don't know if it should show as 
> OJerusalemI or O Jerusalem I or O/Jerusalem/I for the first file, and 
> OjerusalemII or O Jerusalem II or O/Jerusalem/II with a space between the two 
> files.  Or perhaps O_Jerusalem_I O_Jerusalem_I  with similar underscore 
> for 'II'.

Probably "O Jerusalem I" on the command line.

> When I attempted to use Kino, did it cause these changes to show in the 
> Storage Media folder?  If so, how do I change it back?  I am very confused 
> now, because the one storage partition that appears active works like it used 
> to.

I doubt it.

  I click on it and it opens and the files are functional.  When I click
> on the others, it says I need HAL to open them.

Well, you know the files aren't on CD or floppy, right?  So just ignore
those entries.

Matt Flaschen

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