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cdrdao 1.1.9

cdrdao 1.1.9 binary for MS Windows.
NB! You need cygwin1.dll to run this application.

Hope I am not violating the upload rules, since this is not realy audio related software! 

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #1
Can't seem to get this particular *.zip file to open, extract, or do anything useful. Which program did you use to compress it?

    - M.

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #2
I can open it fine in WinRAR.

Weird, there's a __MACOSX folder in there...

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #3
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I can open it fine in WinRAR.

Weird, there's a __MACOSX folder in there...
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Thats because I create the Zip file in Mac OS X.
I had to add the gpl license file before I distributed the binary.

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #4
If I change the file extension from *.zip to *.rar, I can open the file in PowerArchiver, but all that is displayed is a mirror of the current filename (meaning if I change the filename, for some reason it also changes the name of the file shown as being contained in the archive), which leads me to think it's not properly parsing the archive at all.

  UnRAR 3.10 beta 1 reports that the file "is not a RAR archive," and that there are "No files to extract."

  So is this truly a *.zip file, a renamed *.rar file of some bastardized lineage, or something more esoteric?

    - M.

Edit: The file I have downloaded is 242,150 bytes. I've tried a few times, and keep getting the same result... but could I be getting a truncated version?

  Also, which version of CDRDAO is included in the new Exact Audio Copy?

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #5
Is this file any different than the one included with the new version of EAC?

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #6
Nevermind. Just grabbed a copy of the new EAC 0.95b1 (thank goodness for brain-farts like that!) and found that it does indeed include CDRDAO 1.1.9 for the win32 platform.

  I am still curious as to why I would be unable to open krmathis' file, but at least I've found a way to still get the executable.

    - M.

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #7
I found some kind of a solution, which I posted here.
Life is Real...
(But not in audio :) )

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #8
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I found some kind of a solution, which I posted here.
[a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=296856"][{POST_SNAPBACK}][/a]

... but I'm not using FireFox. 

    - M.

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #9
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Is this file any different than the one included with the new version of EAC?
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I did the same as krmathis. Compiled 1.1.9 source in Cygwin using no other commands than simple
./configure
make

getting a 3 MB cdrdao.exe. And then running
strip cdrdao.exe
reducing size to 737 KB
and then using [a href="http://upx.sourceforge.net/]UPX[/url], reducing filesize further to 232 KB, exact same as krmathis compile. I don't have any problem unzipping krmathis' archive with WinRAR, BTW. If someone wants me to, I can zip and upload my compile, but I guess that's not necessary...
"ONLY THOSE WHO ATTEMPT THE IMPOSSIBLE WILL ACHIEVE THE ABSURD"
        - Oceania Association of Autonomous Astronauts

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #10
I did that too but this compile does not work with burrrn and burnatonce. There's some unsupported --spti function....

Does anyone know how to correct that? Just for testing.....

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #11
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I did that too but this compile does not work with burrrn and burnatonce. There's some unsupported --spti function....

Does anyone know how to correct that? Just for testing.....
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If you run cdrdao from commandline you get
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Cdrdao version 1.1.7 - © Andreas Mueller <andreas@daneb.de>
  SCSI interface library - © Joerg Schilling
  Paranoia DAE library - © Monty
  burnatonce extensions version 0.4 - © thop

Those "burnatonce extensions" are special for the version used by burrrn and burnatonce. They are not present in vanilla version from CDRDAO. I think they include the option to use SPTI. Vanilla version only works with ASPI, AFAIK.... 

Only way to correct that would be to find the patch theire using. As cdrdao is GPL, that patch should be available somewhere, just don't ask me where........
"ONLY THOSE WHO ATTEMPT THE IMPOSSIBLE WILL ACHIEVE THE ABSURD"
        - Oceania Association of Autonomous Astronauts

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #12
Where ?


cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #14
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Only way to correct that would be to find the patch theire using. As cdrdao is GPL, that patch should be available somewhere, just don't ask me where........
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well I think I won't loose time with that 
current compiles are working fine for what I need to do... thanks for the info.

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #15
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anyways, a current cvs compile would be much more useful:
http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/cdrd...1.4&view=markup
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Yes, that sounds like a good idea... Only I have this n00bish Q:
How do I get those source files downloaded from CVS onto my Windows comp...?
"ONLY THOSE WHO ATTEMPT THE IMPOSSIBLE WILL ACHIEVE THE ABSURD"
        - Oceania Association of Autonomous Astronauts

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #16
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How do I get those source files downloaded from CVS onto my Windows comp...?

First you need a cygwin installation with cvs.

Then you do the following in your cygwin terminal to pull from CVS and compile:
1. "cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/cdrdao login" press Enter when asked for password (blank)
2. "cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/cdrdao co -P cdrdao"
3. "cd cdrdao"
4. "./configure; make"
5. "strip cdrdao.exe"

Read more: http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=2171

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #17
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Yes, that sounds like a good idea... Only I have this n00bish Q:
How do I get those source files downloaded from CVS onto my Windows comp...?
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There is WinCvs
[a href="http://cvsgui.sourceforge.net/]http://cvsgui.sourceforge.net/[/url]

and also TortoiseCvs, an explorer like interface for CVS:
http://www.tortoisecvs.org/faq.html#whatistortoisecvs

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #18
Thanks! Worked nice to get the sources onto my comp. I then had to run ./autogen.sh to produce a configure script.

However, it does not build.

At the end of running ./configure it says:
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  Building scsilib   : yes
  Building pccts     : yes
  Building cdrdao    : yes
     OGG support     : no
     MP3 support     : no
  Building toc2cue   : yes
  Building cue2toc   : yes
  Building toc2mp3   : no
  Building gcdmaster : no
------------------------------------------------------

Which indicates it will build cdrdao, but without OGG and MP3 support. (I don't have lame and vorbis libs in my Cygwin install, and don't want it, not to mess with the other lame and vorbis stuff I have in %path%. I also read that lame_enc.dll don't build on Cygwin.) Well, I don't need that, I just want to try to build a current cdrdao.

But at the end of make I get:
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then mv -f ".deps/port.Tpo" ".deps/port.Po"; else rm -f ".deps/port.Tpo"; exit 1
; fi
port.cc:41:20: vadefs.h: No such file or directory
make[2]: *** [port.o] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/mrt/cdrdao/dao'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/mrt/cdrdao'
make: *** [all] Error 2

And no cdrdao.exe are buildt....

Well, well. I guess I'm to much of a n00b when it comes to this kind of stuff, and it's not like I really need this anyway, just wanted to try it out....
"ONLY THOSE WHO ATTEMPT THE IMPOSSIBLE WILL ACHIEVE THE ABSURD"
        - Oceania Association of Autonomous Astronauts

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #19
...And before you know it 1.2.0 are released.... 

I buildt it successfully with simple ./configure and make

I did not manage to compile it with the new ogg or mp3 support. I couldn't manage to compile libvorbis on Cygwin. I did however compile and install libmad on Cygwin, but that didn't result in any difference... Well, well. The point of that was:
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o  Added MP3 and Ogg Vorbis file support (through respectively the
    libmad and libvorbis libraries). cdrdao will decode the MP3 and
    Ogg files into temporary WAV files that will be deleted upon exit
    (unless the new option --keep is used). The directory used to
    store those temporary WAV files can be specified with the --tmpdir
    option (default is /tmp).

Well, you just won't get that (unless somebody who knows what theire doing can compile this more successfully)...

Anyways I upload cdrdao.exe, and also the extra utils that did compile; cue2toc.exe, toc2cddb.exe and toc2cue.exe (toc2mp3.exe did not compile due to lack of lame lib in my Cygwin install). Maybe it can be useful for somebody else...

Binary sizes are reduced by first running strip *.exe and then compressing with UPX (cdrdao.exe reduced from 3.39 MB to 239 KB).

Cygwin1.dll are needed to run these apps, I did not include that. Also a working ASPI layer are a prerequisite for running cdrdao. You can try this link:
http://radified.com/ASPI/forceaspi.htm
"ONLY THOSE WHO ATTEMPT THE IMPOSSIBLE WILL ACHIEVE THE ABSURD"
        - Oceania Association of Autonomous Astronauts

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #20
Dang! I compile the thing successfully, run a cdrdao scanbus and assume everything is ok, upload it, go to work etc. Didn't try to burn with it... 

When I do I get errors like this all over:
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WARNING: Track 8: Length is shorter than 4 seconds.
ERROR: Track 8: Requested length for audio file "/cygdrive/j/Album Ripp 2/The Stooges - The Stooges (1969).wav" is 0.
ERROR: Toc file "The Stooges - The Stooges (1969).toc" is inconsistent.

And I don't get anything burned.... Now I wonder whether it's my compile there's something wrong with or if toc file handleing are different in 1.2.0 or something....???
Because I can burn same stuff just fine with the 1.1.9 that I compiled in the exact same manner... That one works hunky dory....

Well, bugger! Well, as krmathis seems to have removed his compile and Andre Wiethoff removed his EAC with CDRDAO, I might as well upload my 1.1.9 compile too, incase someone want to look at it or compare or figure out what the heck is going on.......

(If someone know what the heck is going on please tell, even if it involves telling me that I'm not as bright as I want to be.....)
"ONLY THOSE WHO ATTEMPT THE IMPOSSIBLE WILL ACHIEVE THE ABSURD"
        - Oceania Association of Autonomous Astronauts

cdrdao 1.1.9

Reply #21
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Well, as krmathis seems to have removed his compile

It disappeared during the forum restore last week, and I did not bother uploading it again. 

 
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