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roberts Offline

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Posted: Feb. 02 2008,23:44 QUOTE

I thought the plugin "cdread" was only needed when your CD drive is not cable connected to your sound card.
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Posted: Feb. 03 2008,07:18 QUOTE

But the included cd plugin already has an option for digital extraction.

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Posted: Feb. 03 2008,15:23 QUOTE

I've just booted my USB pendrive DSL-4.2.4 for the first time since installing Xmms-cdread.dsl and, also for the first time, Knoppix lists details of my onboard Intel sound card.

Yet before the cdread download I was able to get streamed internet radio audio output from mplayer so the sound card must have been recognised earlier. Or are the two events mutually exclusive?
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