Commit bf4ae216 authored by Rocky Bernstein's avatar Rocky Bernstein
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Go over for spelling and acurracy.

parent 33db2d95
......@@ -28,7 +28,8 @@ MRL handling:
support)
Features:
- Can customize the what to show in the play-list title
- Can customize the what to show in the play-list title and author.
- Duration of each track is shown
- Media information is shown using CDDB
- Dynamic debugging
- Will scan for a CD-ROM drive with a CD-DA loaded in it.
......@@ -272,16 +273,16 @@ Determination: start at step 5.
When you run the vlc GUI, under Settings/Preferences you should see
a "plugins" expandable list and under that another "access" list do
you see a expandalbe entry under "access" labeled "cddax"? If so,
you see a expandable entry under "access" labeled "cddax"? If so,
skip on to step 2.
a) If no "cddax" expandable list, thent the CDDAX plugin isn't
a) If no "cddax" expandable list, then the CDDAX plugin isn't
loaded. Does a shared object exist? The plugin shared object is
called "libcddax_plugin.so" It should be in the directory that has
...vlc/access. If this isn't around you need to build and install
the CDDAX plugin.
b) if libcddax_plugin.so is in the fileystem, there might be a
b) if libcddax_plugin.so is in the filesystem, there might be a
loader error; perhaps libcdio is not installed or
are the wrong version. Use ldd on the file to see that it has all
of the libraries dependencies satisfied. Also you might be able
......@@ -289,8 +290,8 @@ Determination: start at step 5.
calls. On Linux and other OS's) "strace" can be used to see if the
file gets accessed. On Solaris use "truss".
For example on Linux, amonst the many line of output when I run
"strace -e trace=file vlc" I see this amongst lots of other
For example on Linux, among the many line of output when I run
"strace -e trace=file vlc" I see this along with a lot of other
output:
...
......@@ -319,7 +320,7 @@ Determination: start at step 5.
no track, you should see in the playlist a list of tracks on the CD.
a. If not something's wrong like step 2. Another tack may be to try
to read a disk image of a CD and thus elimate any problems with
to read a disk image of a CD and thus eliminate any problems with
hardware. If this works, then this is a hardware problem.
4. (You have a list of entries describing the CD-DA or disk-file of
......@@ -364,7 +365,7 @@ you see what's going on dynamically. Various debugging settings will
cause output to appear on vlc's plugin log and/or "standard error"
(assuming you've run vlc in a way that you can capture this).
You think of debug switches as a bit mask, that you specifiy as an
You think of debug switches as a bit mask, that you specify as an
integers the various "bit" values (given in decimal) are listed below.
name value description
......@@ -376,8 +377,8 @@ integers the various "bit" values (given in decimal) are listed below.
CALL 16 all calls
LSN 32 LSN changes
SEEK 64 Seeks to set location
CDIO 128 Debugging from CDIO
CDDB 256 CDDB debugging
CDIO 128 Debugging from CDIO library routines
CDDB 256 debugging from CDDB library routines
**CD debugging...
......@@ -387,4 +388,4 @@ analyze the contents of a CD.
The tool cd-read from libcdio can be used to show the sectors of
the CD or CD image or extract sectors.
$Id: intf-cdda.txt,v 1.3 2003/12/02 03:33:22 rocky Exp $
$Id: intf-cdda.txt,v 1.4 2003/12/18 12:35:26 rocky Exp $
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