#100 error copying audo cd's

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2004-11-30
2004-11-30
creed
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I'm using cdrdao 1.1.9...

I tried to copy an audio disc with something like:

cdrdao read-cd --device /dev/cdrom --buffers 64
--driver generic-mmc
--read-raw toc-file.toc

and

cdrdao write --device /dev/cdrom --buffers 64 --driver
generic-mmc
toc-file.toc

But the copy isn't exactly like the original... If you
want to take a look I
put the effect here:

http://mail.tarchomin.pl/~creed/cdda.copy.mp3

and it should sound like this:

http://mail.tarchomin.pl/~creed/cdda.orig.mp3

[i can supply wav files too, of course]

Well, I'm rather sure it's not the problem of reading
cd, since wav's made by
cdparanoia are just fine. But I cannot be 100% sure
that cdrdao is reading OK
too since I don't know the method to "play" *.bin files...

My CD-recorder is like this:
Vendor_info : 'LG '
Identifikation : 'CD-RW CED-8080B '
Revision : '1.06'

If you need any other information - please tell me which...

Thank you for your time

Discussion

  • Denis Leroy

    Denis Leroy - 2005-05-03

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    - what kernel are you using ?

    - please try reading the audio cd without the '--read-raw'
    option...

     
  • creed

    creed - 2005-05-07

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    1. I'm using kernel-2.6.8, from PLD distribution
    2. It does not change anything...

    BTW file addresses changed to:
    http://creed.tarchomin.pl/cdda.copy.mp3
    http://creed.tarchomin.pl/cdda.orig.mp3

    Also, when I tried recording after reading without
    '--read-raw' I got lots of:
    cdrdao read-cd --device /dev/cdrom --buffers 64

    I don't remember getting those before

     
  • creed

    creed - 2005-05-07

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    Damn... sorry...
    The errors are:

    ERROR: Read buffer capacity failed.

     
  • Denis Leroy

    Denis Leroy - 2005-05-07

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    Hi kreed,

    This is a known problem of kernel 2.6.8 which contained a
    bad DMA bug. That kernel was notoriously bad so most distros
    have since issued kernel updates. Please try to update (or
    downgrade) your kernel and let me know if that fixes your
    problem.

    Cheers,
    -denis

     

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