[Bug 490292] [NEW] ogg file fails with "Cannot determine length of track data specification"

Rodrigo Rivas rodrigorivascosta at gmail.com
Mon Nov 30 11:27:17 GMT 2009


Public bug reported:

Binary package hint: cdrdao

In Ubuntu 9.10, cdrdao 1:1.2.2-18ubuntu3
Also in 9.04, cdrdao 1.2.2-17.

When writing a CD from OGG files without telling the length of the
track, it shows the error: "Cannot determine length of track data
specification". Documentation states that if the length of the track is
omitted the whole file is to be used.

The sample cd.toc file is (any ogg will do):

CD_ROM
TRACK AUDIO
AUDIOFILE "test.ogg" 0

$ cdrdao write cd.toc
...
ERROR: cd.toc:3: Cannot determine length of track data specification.

The same happens with other commands that read toc files (e.g. show-toc).
However, if the length of the track is added to the AUDIOFILE line, it works fine.

I have traced the error back to the "06-tocparser.patch" patch. If
reverted it works correctly.

Regards.
Rodrigo.

** Affects: cdrdao (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

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ogg file fails with "Cannot determine length of track data specification"
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