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Thread: Where is the music on my CD?

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    Default Where is the music on my CD?

    I have a mixed-media CD that would not mount. I edited FSTAB as follows:

    /dev/cdrom /media udf,iso9660 ro,noauto,user,exec 0 0

    Now it mounts, but there's no music on it that I can find. It has these files:

    AUTORUN.INF CDPLUS Icon_ PICTURES XTRAS
    CDEXTRA.EXE faceplate.dxr MEDIA WIN_QT4

    But the music plays in a CD player.

    WTFudge?

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    Default Re: Where is the music on my CD?

    Music CDs do not store the music in files in a filesystem as we know them. Music CDs don't have to be mounted. The mounting is only to get at the data part of the mixed mode CD. To get at the music you just rip the CD.

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    Default Re: Where is the music on my CD?

    Oh,thanks. I forgot about that. It's been awhile since I tried to rip a CD.

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