QUOTE(Da_Blitz @ Sep 10 2006, 03:22 AM)
you dont need the -o ro, its implied automatically
it looks like the device node is there and the usb driver has attached to it but i would check it, first do a ls -l /dev/scd0 then check your dmesg logs when you attach/detach the device (try with the cd in)
if you have mplayer try mplayer cdda://1 or mplayer cddb://1 and see if any sound comes out, note that the cdrom drive dosent have to be mounted for it to play music or DVDs as it reads from the raw device (and enforces 1x mode so its quite)
That's great, thank you!. Not using -o ro seemed to work. At least the device mounts without a problem when there is an mp3 CD in. The message I get is:
mount: /dev/scd0 is write-protected, mounting read-only
After that I am able to find the mp3s by using zplayer, adding them to a playlist and enjoy them.
If I have a non-mp3 CD in the drive I get this:
a series of the above message and then,
Mounting /dev/scd0 on /mnt/cdrom failed: Invalid argument.
Also, the mplayer commands returned errors:
MPlayer 1.0pre7-3.4.2 © 2000-2005 MPlayer Team
for Zaurus 1.1.5 © 2004-2005 AGAWA Koji (atty)
85 audio & 196 video codecs
Failed to open /dev/rtc: Device or resource busy (it should be readable by the user.)
Option stream url: This URL doesn't have a hostname part.
[file] No filename
Failed to open cdda://1
Exiting... (End of file)
I suppose if i had more familiarity with Linux I may be able to determine why I get that error.