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Victor Warner
soundKonverter

Audio Extractors/Converters 606 comments

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Oct 01 2017
Apologies for the multiple posts - caused by me pressing the wrong key on the web page

Victor Warner - Dec 20 2008
I would like to use your program with a second external USB-connected CD drive.

When I try to access it (ie File/Add CD tracks) I only get a message/window "No audio CD found".

The external CD drive is recognised by linux and the tracks are shown, eg, in RhythmBox.

I do not seem to see anyway of configuring SoundKonvertor to recognise/access the external CD.

Is there a way of doing this?

Victor Warner

(Using Linux Mint 6 (ie Ubuntu 8.10, version of SoundKonverter 0.3.8) - Dec 20 2008
I would like to use your program with a second external USB-connected CD drive.

When I try to access it (ie File/Add CD tracks) I only get a message/window "No audio CD found".

The external CD drive is recognised by linux and the tracks are shown, eg, in RhythmBox.

I do not seem to see anyway of configuring SoundKonvertor to recognise/access the external CD.

Is there a way of doing this?

Victor Warner

(Using Linux Mint 6 (ie Ubuntu 8.10, version of SoundKonverter 0.3.8) - Dec 20 2008
I would like to use your program with a second external USB-connected CD drive.

When I try to access it (ie File/Add CD tracks) I only get a message/window "No audio CD found".

The external CD drive is recognised by linux and the tracks are shown, eg, in RhythmBox.

I do not seem to see anyway of configuring SoundKonvertor to recognise/access the external CD.

Is there a way of doing this?

Victor Warner

(Using Linux Mint 6 (ie Ubuntu 8.10, version of SoundKonverter 0.3.8) - Dec 19 2008
I would like to use your program with a second external USB-connected CD drive.

When I try to access it (ie File/Add CD tracks) I only get a message/window "No audio CD found".

The external CD drive is recognised by linux and the tracks are shown, eg, in RhythmBox.

I do not seem to see anyway of configuring SoundKonvertor to recognise/access the external CD.

Is there a way of doing this?

Victor Warner

(Using Linux Mint 6 (ie Ubuntu 8.10, version of SoundKonverter 0.3.8) - Dec 19 2008
I would like to use your program with a second external USB-connected CD drive.

When I try to access it (ie File/Add CD tracks) I only get a message/window "No audio CD found".

The external CD drive is recognised by linux and the tracks are shown, eg, in RhythmBox.

I do not seem to see anyway of configuring SoundKonvertor to recognise/access the external CD.

Is there a way of doing this?

Victor Warner

(Using Linux Mint 6 (ie Ubuntu 8.10, version of SoundKonverter 0.3.8) - Dec 19 2008