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#10 Unable to read table of contents header

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2002-07-16
2002-07-16
Marc FERRE
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Hello,

I'm going to become mad !!! I can't extract all audio
files in one time from a CD with grip. The first track
is always fine but the second, the third and sometimes
the fourth is skiped. Then, the shell prints:
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[ferrema@titan mp3]$ grip
006: Could not read any data from drive

Cdparanoia could not find a way to read audio from this
drive.004: Unable to read table of contents header

Unable to open disc. Is there an audio CD in the
drive?004: Unable to read table of contents header

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In /var/log/messages, you can read:
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Jul 16 22:58:07 titan kernel: cdrom: This disc doesn't
have any tracks I recognize!
Jul 16 23:08:59 titan kernel: cdrom: This disc doesn't
have any tracks I recognize!

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My configuration is:
CPU: PIII 733 Mhz / RAM: 512 Mo / OS: RedHat Linux 7.3
CDROM#1: Sony DVD-ROM DDU1621
CDROM#2: Sony CD-RW CRX140E

I got the latest version of both grip and cdparanoia.
Moreover, grip never ripped country music ;-)

I cant find my problem in grip and cdparanoia FAQ.

Please, please, help me...
Thanks in advance,

Marc FERRE
[Angers - FRANCE]

Discussion

  • Logged In: NO

    I just added a shiny new LG GCE8400 CD burner to my system
    in addition to a trusty old Philips CDD3610. The LG drive
    rips the first track and then grip segfaults, complaining
    that it can't read TOC, symptoms similar to yours. The
    Philips drive works fine, but is slower. The LG drive will
    rip a CD fine when using standalone cdparanoia however.

    I know this doesn't help much, but if cdparanoia works for
    you, we will have more evidence that the fault lies in grip.

     
  • Logged In: NO

    I just added a shiny new LG GCE8400 CD burner to my system
    in addition to a trusty old Philips CDD3610. The LG drive
    rips the first track and then grip segfaults, complaining
    that it can't read TOC, symptoms similar to yours. The
    Philips drive works fine, but is slower. The LG drive will
    rip a CD fine when using standalone cdparanoia however.

    I know this doesn't help much, but if cdparanoia works for
    you, we will have more evidence that the fault lies in grip.