Writing CD

Karl Larsen k5di at zianet.com
Fri Mar 28 02:04:36 UTC 2008

Karl Auer wrote:
> On Thu, 2008-03-27 at 17:19 -0600, Karl Larsen wrote:
>>> Hang on, the OP wants to write a CD. There is no need to save a .cda
>>> file.
>> Please learn to read the first message.
> OK. Here's the first message:
>> I have looked around on the net, but can't seem to find what I am
>> looking for.  I am running Ubuntu 7.10, and I want to burn an
>> audio CD.
>> My vehicle is older and doesn't have an mp3 cd player.  Is there
>> a program for burning audio CD that converts to .cda for use in my
>> antiquated cd player?
> Hm. He says "I want to burn an audio CD". Now I may be being overly
> cautious, but I interpret that as saying that he wants to burn an audio
> CD.
> He then asks for "a program for burning audio CD". After careful
> consideration, I judge that this, too, is an indication that he wants to
> burn an audio CD.
> The part about "converting to .cda" is unclear. I read it as a synonym
> for "audio CD format". Certainly, to achieve his stated aim of burning
> an audio CD, he doesn't need .cda files.
> But perhaps I completely misunderstood him! Perhaps "I want to burn an
> audio CD" means something else completely! If so, I'm sure you'll let me
> know.
> Regards, K.
I think you are too hard to train.



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