Jordan, just talk to Brian Litzinger about playing back your
CDIs . If you have a regular NTSC tv it should not be
a problem . -- you may have to buy a wireless
mouse though so you can really be a FreeBSD coach potatoe 8)
Jordan K. Hubbard wrote:
Terry Lambert wrote:
The first commercially available CDROM capable of reading audio
data off the CDROM as digital data was the Toshiba 3401B; I
Not that we actually have anything capable of doing this, currently. :-)
There is a little utility called `cdd' which has been in freefall's
incoming directory for awhile which works with my HP 4020i drive but not
my Toshiba XM3401B or XM3501 drives. I'm not exactly sure why, perhaps
it's just a matter of dealing with the appropriate drive quirks.
You should contact the FreeBSD multimedia mailing list (or
Amancio Hasty, the FreeBSD multimedia guru) for driver information
(I believe Amancio even had CDI working last time I checked).
Yes, but only on the Plexstor CDROM drives, which apparenly support the
oddball record size of CDI. I've got about 15 CDI movies (and a CD-I,
operating off 220V and emitting PAL video :-) which I'd love to see on
my FreeBSD box someday, but I'm not holding my breath - according to
Amancio, it's difficult.