rrumberger at web.de
Mon Nov 30 09:36:00 GMT 2009
Am Montag 30 November 2009 schrieb O. Sinclair:
> So problem is "sort of solved" but I don't understand why it did
> not work before lame installation
Because all the programs you listed need lame to convert the .wav
files to MP3s.
> or why I can not browse an
> audio cd from /media/cdrom or likewise
The kernel does not know how to mount audio CDs. The WAVs, OGGs and
MP3s konqueror, dolphin and some other programs show you are just
virtual files that represent the data present on the CD - audio
tracks in this case.
That's also why KDE needs a separate kioslave for audio CDs - Linux
simply does not know how to handle an audio CD.
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